The Church of Our Lady in Buda is one of the main sights of the Hungarian capital. It is the heir to a church constructed in the time of King Béla IV between 1255 and 1269, which was reconstructed on numerous occasions. Its side aisles were extended and given multilateral ends in the 14th C; the wonderful south entrance with its relief in the tympanum depicting the "Death of Mary" also dates from that period. In 1309 Charles Robert of Anjou was coroneted King Charles I of Hungary in this church. When the Turks were driven out by the Austrians the Jesuits made themselves’ accountable for the Church of our Lady and refurbished it in Baroque style.