The church was built in the middle of the 13th century, according to some authors, around 1263, and according to others in the first half of the 14th century. According to sources, it was a parish church until 1479. In the 17th century, before the southern entrance to the nave, a porch was erected, and the whole building was surrounded by a wall. A large reconstruction of the church took place in the eighteenth century, when the nave was vaulted and the elevations were changed.
The church was created as a small one-nave temple with a polygonal chancel and a sacristy on the north side. From the gothic period, in addition to the rough structure, the southern portal to the nave and the portal to the sacristy have been preserved. There are also gothic, narrow windows on the south side of the nave and the eastern wall of the sacristy.
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