Gothic temple built of stone in the 15th century, then plastered.
Supported by buttresses from the outside. In the main altar there is a painting of the Crucifixion, and above it an oval picture of the church's patron, St. Bartholomew the Apostle. In 2003, the fire completely destroyed the tower of the church. The wooden roof of the temple burnt down together with the tower, and thus the polychromies on the vault inside the church were irretrievably lost.