The slender tower of the church of St. Jacob in Kasnevice with a massive spire greets from afar. This tower is said to have had two predecessors.
After the choir and sacristy of the church were built in the 2nd half of the 14th century and the nave was added a little later, the construction of a church tower must have taken place in the medieval period. The chronicler mentions a tower, which was supposedly built in bricks and covered with copper. It is said to have collapsed on the 1st Sunday of Advent in 1641. "The bells, which remained undamaged, were then hung in an oak tree standing not far from the church ... "A new bell tower was built in 1768. Very noticeable in the nave of the church are the high lancet windows. Inside, the church is plastered and was repainted in 1990/91. The pulpit was originally located directly on the altar. In 1958, it was taken down and placed in its current location by the triumphal arch. Next to it is an hourglass to indicate to the preacher the length of his sermon. The names of the preachers since the Reformation are noted on a plaque next to the pulpit.