Roandola / Rauthal / Rudály

Since the 15th century, a small Gothic hall church has stood in Roandola. The polygonal choir has net and cross vaults and is supported by buttresses. In the south there is an entrance with an pointed stone enclosure. The hall, which is lit by three round-arched windows, must have been rebuilt at a later date. On the northern wall of the choir there are two wooden porches one above the other, and an organ loft on the west side. The organ was built in 1857 by Samuel Binder. Its case shows Classicistic features. The Classicistic altar from the 19th century has a brick altar table above which the wooden altar rises. Since 1792, the church is flanked by a low bell tower.


  • 2018 Emergency measures to stabilize the church roof