Roman Catholic Church of St. Nicholas (Farské námestie) – the original Gothic building from 1326 was modified in a Renaissance style in the 17th century and then a Baroque style in 1740. The building is enclosed on the west side by a free-standing tower. The facades were romantically modified at the turn of the 20th century to their current appearance. The altars date from the 18th century and are Baroque. The church itself was repaired in 1955, 1979, at the beginning of the 1990s and in 2006. .
Jewish Synagogue (Mierové námestie) – It was built in 1907 in an eclectic-oriental style. It was used as a granary beginning in 1953 and then as a warehouse for chemicals. The structure is currently abandoned and dilapidated, serving as Christmas tree storage during the winter. Restoration of the structure has long been planned.
Pranier (Mierové námestie) –– a colourful renaissance building from 1552. The brick masonry structure with a plastered column finished with a cornice, above which a curved frieze topped with a conic end cylinder protrudes.
Statue of St. Urba – Baroque statue from the 18th century
Immaculata (Mierové námestie) – this plague column dated to 1747 and was repaired in 1824, 1911 and 1993, and has stood back on the square ever since (it was previously located next to the church)
Evangelic Church (Lichnerova ul.) – functionalist structure from 1952.