Church of St. Vincent de Paul← Back to listing
The church catches the eye with its unusual appearance, a combination of raw red bricks and stone. Other interesting elements include the ornamental sills, corners and pillars made from sandstone imported from remote Pirna.
The church's interior was originally also conceived in the neo-romanesque style; however, many years of deterioration took their toll. Therefore today, we owe the existence of the church to the members of the Adventist parish, who took care of the abandoned building and saved it from utter destruction by reconstructing it to suit their needs.