On the southern facade three enormous lancet windows are situated between the two gates. The walled-up Bride Gate, which is the gate closer to the sanctuary, was opened at the time of the 19th-century restoration. Various sculpture fragments were used to wall up the gate built in the 1250s. To renovate the gate, Schulek used motives typical of 13th-century monuments, for example the decoration of the church of Ják had an impact on the architect. Schulek built an atrium in front of the Virgin Mary Gate, which is the gate closer to Matthias Tower. This protects the gate adorned with 15th-century Gothic carvings, the relief of which depicts Virgin Mary “falling asleep” and her assumption into heaven.