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.