Church of St. Adalbert was built in 1393, on the site of an older temple from 1292. It was rebuilt in 1766 and in 1836 by Francis Maria Lanci. The regothisation were made between 1956-1961 and 1968-1973.
The church is brick and stone, gothic, three-nave, orientated temple. It has a three-sided closed chancel, narrower than the main nave, covered with a rib vault. There is a tower on the west side of the northern aisle.