From the late Gothic church (Romanesque roots can be assumed), the chancel (ribbed vault, fluted front arch) and the base of the tower (portal, shoulder arch window) have been preserved. The nave was renovated between 1662 and 1667, and in 1780 the onion dome typical of the Baroque style was added. Chapels were added on either side of the third bay of the nave.
Interior: Figure of St. Vitus from 1520 in the neo-Gothic high altar
Late Gothic baptismal font with turned base from the beginning of the 16th century