Iglesia de San Ignacio de Loyola, Buenos Aires
(4.5/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • An excellent choir and a historic place are the two things to highlight this beautiful church, perhaps missing a bit of maintenance (we are all responsible) if subis to the matroneras and you look down you'll realize this comment
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  • Next to the colegio Nacional Buenos Aires. Church without too much stridency in its architecture. Beautiful altarpieces. To visit!
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  • I went to the guided tour of the Church and I thought it was spectacular! I don't know if it was only the professionalism of the guide but his explanation of the place and all the historical and cultural data that told us were super interesting. We could not hear because already from the outside, the architectural data gave way the explanation of the founding of Buenos Aires and the life of the Jesuits. Connection with the Casa Rosada and Plaza de Mayo, the theme of the tunnels and even the anecdotal fact of 2003, when some students of the Colegio Nacional Buenos Aires used one of the historic tunnels to enter the Church and unfortunately commit acts of vandalism. There are hundreds of details inside and outside of the Church to give much to count, historic, architectural, religious, mythological etc etc. Is the super recommend. The tour of the Church of San Ignacion Loyola should be a "must" for all locals and foreigners I am sure that is going to fascinate.
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  • One of the important tourist places in Buenos Aires. Most people visit as they go for San Telmo market on Sundays.
  • One of the oldest churches in Buenos Aires city. It is situated in a historical part of the cisty close to the Manzana de Luces and the Cabildo. Beautiful architecture and the inside of the church is exquisite.
  • Very good but nothing great. For short time visit only
  • Built in the year 1661 to 1675 at adobe, is renovated between 1686 and 1734, creating the first work made in bricks in the city of Buenos Aires and the first that had a clock (now defunct)
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  • It is a welcoming church, with gold-painted wood works. It has assisted families underserved, self-help groups and prayer groups. Courses of catechesis and instruments and singing classes are given. The masses are Monday to Friday at 1 pm and 7 pm. Saturdays at 6 pm and Sunday 12 pm to 7 pm.
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