The Church of St. Peter and Paul in the south German Baroque style was restored in the XVIII century on the site of a medieval church. It was erected by the villagers themselves, who at the end of the work refused to build a bell tower, demanding payment. Over time, the church got a belfry, as well as magnificent painted interior. The frescoes depicting the life of the Apostles Peter and Paul were painted by German artists Matthäus Günther and Franz Zwinge. In the central dome you can see the fresco depicting the agony of the Apostles Peter and Paul. The altar by sculptor Franz Schmadl is decorated with a picture of "Mary as queen in pink wreath."