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Originally the St. Laurentius Church has been a Protestant single-nave church with two octagonal corner turrets and was built in the Saxon Renaissance style next to an older church dating the year 1594. Between 1605 and 1607, a prismatic tower with an octagonal superstructure was built, topped by a dome with a lantern. In 1686, the church was re-consecrated into a Catholic church and devoted to St. Laurentius. In 1754, it was rebuilt in Baroque style and decorated with sculptures in the interior and exterior. A tin Renaissance baptismal font with an inscription from its renovation in 1680 is an important part of the interior.

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