Parish church of St. Jacob

On the eastern edge of the Town Square there is the parish church of St. Jacob. The oldest painting in the church was created sometime in the middle of the 14th century, and then around the year 1630 the expressive composition of the Last Judgment on the triumphal wall. The main decoration of the nave is represented by a painting on its north wall, where 48 scenes from the New and the Old Testament are depicted. Worth seeing is also the baptistery from the 16th century. Opposite the entrance to the church stands a late Baroque Mary's statue.