The bell from 1315 was already thrown from the tower and ready to be taken away with the others, but it was saved. Today it is placed on a pedestal in the church, which was renovated and built in the Baroque style. The original church from the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries was set on fire and destroyed by the Turks. The village at the junction of the Zittau Hills and the south-eastern foot of Tribeč has retained its agricultural character to this day. It also has ideal conditions for fruit growing, as evidenced by the number of fruit trees in the area (apples, pears, plums, cherries, apricots, peaches, nuts). According to local tradition, the Turks brought the hazel and the medlar here. There are also many vineyards and chestnut trees with edible chestnut trees in the village area.