The Mazsalaca St. Annas church is especially known for its pointed tower (58,6m), which can be seen from afar. In 1890, a cruciform, Gothic style part was added to the church, which was completed in one summer. The oldest part of the church with one and a half meters thick walls was built in the 14th century. Here you can see from the 18th century preserved baroque altar with a painting by an unknown author Holy Supper. The thick walls of the old church have been preserved as the altar room of the new church, and part of the Romanesque boulder church blends well with the newly built one.
Inside the church you will see an altar made of oak, built according to the altar of the Riga Dome Church
You can climb the church tower (entrance via donations).