The village used to have its own Unitarian church, which was built in 1812 on the bank of the Nicau River. The church was closed in 1926 and subsequently demolished in 1969. The salvaged materials were reused for the restoration of the church in Cădaciu Mare in 1971. Another interesting site in the village is a roofed bridge, constructed in 1929.
”The leader of the Szeklers sat down in front of the khan’s tent, so he watched the sunrise:
– I love this place – he said. From that day on the hilltop is called Szeret-tető (Lovecrest), and the creek that runs
through the valley is called Szeret (Love).”