Church of St. Egidia is the most valuable historical monument, located in the center of the city. Its origin dates back to the second half of the 13th century. In the ancient past, the church was consecrated, as evidenced by the signs of the sacred anointing of the table of the main altar and the wood of the cross on the walls of the church. In the years 1994 - 1998, the nave of the church and the early Gothic portal at the southern entrance to the church were restored. In 2008, an organ was built into a renovated 18th-century Baroque cabinet.