Roman Catholic Church of St Michael the Archangel
It was built in 1786 on the grounds of the old church from 1740, in baroque style, with recognizable elements of classicism. It has harmonious proportions with elongated single nave base with arched alter apse in the east side, whose northern part holds sacristy, and an impressive western front with the bell tower. Length 33 m, width 14 m, height 12 m, bell tower height 35 m. Clean and calm facade decorations, containing lesenes and shallow arches framing windows, and in harmony with light and spacious interior of the church, decorated with meticulously shaped furnishings and clean ornamental motifs. The paintings are baroque, put up in appropriate baroque frames and alters, with clear baroque characteristics. The following ones stand out: • St Michael the Archangel, oil on canvas 1.3 x 3 m, painted by Josephus Fransciscus Falkoner in 1792 • Pieta - The Mourning of Christ, oil on canvas 1.3 x 2.3 m, painted by Johan Georg Baader in 1794 • St Joseph, Jesus Christ and John the Baptist, oil on canvas, 1.1 x 2 m, painted by an unknown author, the end of the 18th century. • The Crucifixion of Christ, oil on canvas, 1 x 1 m, painted by an unknown author, the end of the 18th century. The pulpit belongs to baroque style, it is white with gold-plated relief scenes and carved ornaments. The baldachin is rich, with figures of angels and looks luxurious. A small baptistery is in baroque style.