The old oven building is of particular architectural importance. It has clear medieval traces, where two archways integrated in the main nave particularly stand out. It is not currently used, but restoration work is being carried out to be able to use it as ethnographic heritage. The room on the first floor is currently used as an exhibition space. At the beginning of the 20th century it was used as a school. It is believed that this building was the town hall during the medieval period, although no documents have been found thus far to accredit this.