St. Leonhard's Evangelical Church
12th c.; choir from 1350; reconstruction in 1764; tower from 1687/1764
The church is nestled against the castle hill, finding shelter for itself and its visitors. This impression is supported by the almost completely closed facades facing north and west. The sacral, Gothic choir room stands in dialogue with the nave, which is dominated by wooden fixtures. The galleries on the northern and western walls were built due to the lack of expansion possibilities.