The monastery was originally built around the end of the 18th century, however it was rebuilt in a classicist style around 1830. Throughout history, the building served multiple functions: as a monastery during its early days, and later as social housing for the elderly.
Now, following recent renovation and refurbishment, the spacious building is an ideal place for hosting cultural events, conferences, and exhibitions. The building is conveniently located near the village center, just next to the Roman Catholic Church. Visitors can also find out about the building’s past via permanent exhibitions and by exploring some of the original architectural elements which have been preserved during the renovation, such as remaining pieces of wall frescos.
Some pictures from the past and present: