The historical centre of the municipality is mostly formed by the area close to the church of St. Simon and Jude. A few folk structures remain preserved from the original village buildings, e.g. No. 24 with a timbered ground-floor, a transcending half-timbered first floor that sticks out, lying on a narrow arcade and a masonry farm out-building, No. 20, with a masonry ground-floor with a pedestal, half-timbered first floor and a boarded gable, No. 2, a timbered house with a pedestal, half-timbered first floor, boarded gable and a half-timbered shed, No. 35, with a masonry ground-floor and a half-timbered first floor – all of them mostly dating to the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century.