Saint Roch's Chapel is located on the property of the convent "Mariadal". This former church was built by the community of the fathers Bogarden in the second part of the 18th century. The construction, in combination with the inside stucco-work, is an example of late baroque style. The building is made of brick and the windows are framed by sandstone from Gobertange.
The edifice retains a remarkable rich interior decoration in Louis XVII style. It contains many works of interest: the organ case, the altar piece, the staions of the Christ (painted by E. Wante). Stained glass windows create a beautiful and luminous atmosphere. Worth seeing after restoring, it is a monument with historic value.