St. Salvator Church

St. Salvator Church in Prague is one of two churches that form part of the Klementinum, the largest and most historic complex of buildings in the Old Town. St. Salvator is a city landmark, a large majestic church set at one end of Charles Bridge, proudly marking the entrance to the Old Town. The Jesuits built St. Salvator in the Gothic style between 1578-1601, although important Baroque features were added between 1649-1654. Famous architects Lurago, Caratti and Kanka were all involved in its construction. Today, St. Salvator is considered to be one of the most valuable examples of early-Baroque architecture in Prague.