The church was erected in the fourteenth century. Its rebuildings and renovations were carried out in 1519, 1561 and in 1597, as well as in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In the state of ruin remains since the destruction in 1945.
The church was built of erratic stones, as an aisleless structure with a narrower chancel on a quadrilateral plan and a rectangular, slender tower on the north side, unusually situated at the connection of the chancel and the nave. Inside, it had a net vault in the nave and a cross-rib vault with mascaron corbels in the presbytery.