The object was built after World War II in the centre of the village. In the 1980s it was moved to the outskirts of the town, near the forest, and a concrete shrine was erected on its place (see no. 2256). It is a simple, wooden, Latin cross whose arms have a decorative shape of a point-cut diamond at the ends. In the centre of the cross there is a small, metal figurine of the crucified Christ with a plaque and the inscription “INRI”. The object is surrounded by a small, wooden fence.