Church of St. Gála – stands on the edge of the inner city of the eastern part of the former village of Stráže. The church dates from the second half of the 14th century. In the 17th century, it was temporarily used by evangelicals and within the Čachtice district it was a branch of the evangelical parish in Vrbovo. Today, the church is part of the Roman Catholic parish of the Church of St. Nicholas in Krakow. The church is a National Cultural Monument.