The town’s landmark is the three-aisled hall church of St. Mary (“St. Marien”), one of the most important buildings of North German Brick Gothic of the 13th and 14th centuries. Its highlight is the splendid eastern gable, where filigree tracery and a multi-layered structure echo Gothic stonemasonry.
The church was gutted by fire in the last days of the Second World War, and in 1970 the Uckermark church district began its reconstruction. With the introduction of the new vaults to be completed in 2020, the interior will also regain its spatial quality.