- Saint Dionysius’s Catholic Parish Church (Pfarrkirche St. Dionysius), Kirchstraße 10, Romanesque Revival aisleless church, 1886-1887, sandstone Gothic Revival memorial cross, latter half of 19th century.
- Am Bungert 20 – ten-axis, one-floor Quereinhaus (a combination residential and commercial house divided for these two purposes down the middle, perpendicularly to the street) from 18(?)5 (third digit in inscription unclear), late 19th century.
- Bahnhofstraße – signal box “Lf” (“Lissendorf-Fahrdienstleiter” – Lissendorf railway dispatcher), oldest still preserved lever signal box using pulled cables on the Eifelbahn, quarrystone walls partly with overhanging wood construction on the upper level.
- Bahnhofstraße 46 – two-floor solid building.
- Bahnhofstraße/corner of Wiesentalstraße – red sandstone Crucifixion Bildstock apparently possibly from 1613.
- Friedhofstraße – wayside chapel, plastered building from 1889.
- Friedhofstraße, graveyard – Gothic Revival red sandstone graveyard cross from 1876.
- Grausweg 5 – two-floor plastered building.
- Hauptstraße 21 – small Quereinhaus from 1829.
- Kirchstraße 33 – corner estate, bungalow from 1896; barn.
- Kirchstraße/corner of Burgstraße – wayside cross, sandstone niche cross possibly from 18th century.
- Roslay 2 – two-floor plastered building.
- Wayside cross, northwest of the village on the Burgberg, former Station on a Way of the Cross, red sandstone from 1872.
- Wayside cross, southwest of the village on the road to Steffeln, red sandstone shaft cross from 18th or early 19th century.
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