Ev.-luth. Kirche Victorbur origins go back to 1250 and the present brick edifice was built upon two wooden structures. It is named after Viktor von Xanten. This Romanesque edifice went through several structural changes throughout its existence. It can easily accommodate 1000 people in its hall. The brass chandeliers, relics, three bells, baptismal font, baroque pulpit and ornate altar are worth a look.