The Renaissance style Haller-Kálnoky Castle with its polygonal ground plan and with two towers was built on the ruins of a former monastry - according to the word-of-mouth. The castle surrounded by a beautiful park used to be home of Kata Bethlen. Next to the castle, the remains of the hexagonal eastern bastion can still be seen.
The Teleki family has been present in the nearby Jucu de Jos/Alsózsuk since the beginning of the 18th century and the two estates were unified at the beginning of the 20th century by count Teleki Géze (III.), who was an outstanding figure of his age both in terms of the life of fine arts of the time and his role as a patron of art.