Collegiate Church

Church in Pułtusk

At the northern end of the market square is this church, erected in the 1440s. It underwent the usual architectural makeover every few centuries, and contains a dozen ornate baroque altars, Renaissance stucco decoration on the nave's vault, and aisles with original Gothic features. Note the 16th-century wall paintings in the chapel at the head of the right-hand aisle. Although often locked, you can usually peer in through a gate in the entry.