This late baroque, single-nave building was completed in 1799 and was the first protestant church in this Catholic area. Inside, two choirs (one in the front, one in the back) provide a second floor for attendees and musical performers. A single bell tower still houses the original bell, with an engraved poem by Benjamin Szonyi. Among the historical objects the embroidered tablecloth decorated with a unique floral pattern is worth inspecting. A gilded silver cup, decorated with a ribbon and branch-pattern dates back to 1761. An Empire-shaped chalice, the work of a Hungarian silversmith, is also remarkable. While the church is open for services all year around, visitors can have access by appointment only.
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