'This church is the oldest architectonically relevant building of the area. The tabernacle shaped facade, made in square stone ashlars, and the tiny walled-up door on the left flank are from the Middle Ages. Inside, the church was completely rebuilt in an imitation medieval style. A wide lowered arch parts the lobby, where she baptismal font is, and the hall. The mural paintings of the lower portion of the walls imitate fake marble mirrors, while they create on the bottom wall a pointed arch and a medieval style shrine. The two doors leading to the sacristy are topped by the portraits of the saints to whom the church is devoted'
Submitted by: @IanThorp