In the municipality you can find the parish St. Wenceslas Church, mentioned in 1288, which was originally wooden. This time it is new Baroque, built in 1914 – 1915 according to the project of Josef Seyfried. the main altar is consecrated to the patron of the church. Two side altars of St. Anna and St. Joseph with Christ Child are Baroque – Classicism from the 18th century. The Rococo pulpit comes from the end of the 18th century and from the same time there are also sacristy cabinets with a decorative mounting and a picture of St. Mary Magdalena washing the feet of Christ. In the church there are also late Baroque statues of other saints – Hedwig, Elisabeth, Florian, Michael Archangel and Christ Raised from the dead – the St. Wenceslas Church is open for everybody from the morning to the evening.
The branch St. Nicholas church (a church without a parochial district) mentioned as a wooden church 1613, this time a late Baroque building from 1744 was built as thanksgiving for the saving Krzanowice against a Hungarian attack. Until recently it was enclosed with a brick wall. In its interior you can fi nd a new Gothic altar with late Baroque statues of two bishops, a Classicism pulpit from the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries with a canopy closed with a carving of Agnus Dei.
A medieval square with a Baroque Column of the Most Holy Virgin Mary of Immaculate Conception