Parroquia de San Ignacio de Loyola, Buenos Aires
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The oldest preserved church in Buenos Aires, Parroquia de San Ignacio de Loyola is a major landmark and an architectural jewel of the city. Built between 1686 and 1734, the church now serves as the seat of Buenos Aires' archbishop. View the ornate Baroque facade, or step inside to admire a large art collection and pay your respects at the tomb of Juan Jose Castelli, a local hero and one of the leaders of the May Revolution. Using our international travel planner, Buenos Aires attractions like Parroquia de San Ignacio de Loyola can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • All Buenos Aires should meet her and foreign tourists will like much because the contents of guided tours includes a lot of anecdotal, historical and religious issues that will fascinate. I will again make the visit more than safe
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  • The parish San Ignacio de Loyola, is part of the rich history of the city of Buenos Aires. It has its well-preserved Iberian Baroque front. Inside are details of great care in all images. Imposing altar and choir with organ. Very beautiful and has many years of built. Next to the Colegio Nacional Buenos Aires. Block of the lights. It is worth visiting it.
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  • Persistence in our case paid off. It was closed the first couple times we went by, but we got lucky and were able to get in because there was a student orchestra playing a short concert. Other than th...  more »
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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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