The parish Church of St. Margaret the Virgin

The original church was probably Romanesque and smaller than the present. In the Gothic style the presbytery that terminates in five sides of an octagon and the belfry were built, and the church enlarged, as can be seen from the architecture of the building. The tower was later additionally built in the Baroque style, as was the church, where two chapels were added: in 1730 the chapel of St. Barbara and in 1760 the Mary’s Chapel.