A 13th-Century main altar is preserved to this day, with a bas-relief of the Blessed Virgin Mary placed in its retable, with side altars, stalls and some decorative paintings. On top of this three-aisle brick church there is a Baroque cupola and inside the church the furnishing and the monuments of moving architecture, the oldest of which – the late-Gothic painting “The Crucifixion” – dating back to the 16th Century. Due to the number of well-preserved sacral relics, the church has a unique character, not only for history buffs.
Fot: R. Baranowski: Dep. Turystyki UMWP