Popularly called "Rozálka" is located at the beginning of Buchlovská Street. It was originally a Marian column, which was consecrated in 1681. As an expression of gratitude for the happily enduring plague epidemic, it was modified in 1715 and acquired larger dimensions. In addition to the Madonna and Child, we also find statues of saints who are supposed to protect against the plague, ie St. Rozálie (hence the popular name Rozálka), vol. John of Nepomuk, St. Sebastian, St. Rocha and St. Bernard. Rozálka was restored in 2018.