- N: 52° 24' 45.06" E: 16° 56' 48.39"
- Gothic , Renaissance
One of the first renaissance buildings on the area of the city dating back to the beginning of XVI century. The main entrance from east side. The layout of the courtyard has been preserved with contemporary interference (the glass separating the courtyard from cloisters) and interiors (offices, exhibition halls, staircases). The building was redeveloped in XVII and XVIII centuries, it was renovated at the beginning of this century. Initially, it was a school attended by Klemens Janicki, among others. At current days, the building hosts the Archdiocese Museum with exhibits, such as, a rich baroque collection of coffin portraits, sculptures of Madonna, figures dating back to roman, gothic and baroque periods. The furnished with, among others, numerous historical pieces of furniture of various periods starting from XVII century.