I–V 9.00–19.00, VII 8.00 – 14.00
The Church was built between 1620 and 1630, it is of late Baroque style, so-called the Carmelite Baroque. Two wooden polychromatic statues of St Elijah and St Elizej, the first Carmelite hermits and initiators of the Carmelite friary, stood on the pediment of the Church.
The large five-tier bell tower of was built next to the Church in 1743. In the same year a two-storied building was added on the ground floor of which the sacristy and on the first floor a library famous in the 18th century were installed.
After the Church and the friary were closed down between 1832 and 1886 a large part of treasures of art were scattered. In 1904, on the initiative of Priest Čudovskis the Church was restored. During the restoration the wall painting, which was also in the basement of the Church, was badly damaged.
In 1991, after the Church was returned to the Catholic Church, the shrine was renewed, some of its pictures were returned to it. In the Soviet times the Church was made into a folk art museum. Currently the Church is again returned to the Catholic Church and is open to visitors.