Another dominant feature of the centre of Litoměřice is the Baroque Dean's Church of All Saints. Thanks to its colour it is nicknamed the white church.
The church is dominated by a 54-metre high tower with a clock and galleries. This originally Romanesque monument probably dates back to the beginning of the 12th century. In the past, the church was part of the town fortifications. The church acquired its present Baroque appearance during the 18th century reconstructions. The most important work in the interior is probably the painting Christ on Mount Olivet from the 16th century. The statue of the Virgin Mary is particularly valuable among the exterior decorations.