Chapel of the St. Cyril and Methodius.

Near the southern edge of the village you will find the noteworthy Chapel of the Saints Cyril and Methodius. It is listed as a neo-Gothic octagonal structure built in 1862. The altar-piece portrays Cyril and Mehodius arriving in Moravian Velehrad in 863 AD, during the time of King Rostislav's rule.

The chapel has an octagonal floor plan with buttresses in the corners and a flat vault. Every buttress is topped with a gabled roof and their fronts feature cross-shaped cavities. The entrance is adorned with a cusped arch with a small round window above it. A cordon cornice divides the facade above buttresses. A massive cornice with profiles supports a pyramid roof topped with a simple cross. Light comes into the chapel through four round windows.