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Church of the Jesuits

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Gabriela
Gabriela
November 28, 2019
La Compañía de Jesús is Quito’s most ornate church and a standout among the baroque splendors of the Old Town. Including its Moorish elements, perfect symmetry (right down to the trompe l’oeil staircase at the rear), symbolic elements (bright-red walls are a reminder of Christ’s blood) and its…
Gabriela
Gabriela
June 22, 2019
GO FOR THE GOLD, this one is just one of the most gorgeous things you will see in architecture and baroque decorations in the city.
Jessica & Patrick
Jessica & Patrick
February 27, 2019
Known to be the most beautiful church in all of South America (disputed, of course), La Compañía is not to be missed. It’s entire inside is made of thin sheets of real gold. It’s amazing!
Milton Noé
Milton Noé
November 19, 2018
Arquitectura colonial
Santiago
Santiago
September 24, 2018
Beautiful colonial church in the colonial district.

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“Best place to look around the city's history from ancient cultures of Quito through the colonialization of our city and the freedom that got us to be a republic. Personal opinion: favorite museum!”
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“A few steps from our suites is the entertainment center for local street performers. You will catch pouting clowns, magicians, and local dancers shine the cultural of Ecuador. This is a must see attraction in the evening when the famous 17th Century Iglesia de Santo Domingo shines its light on the square.”
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“This place has a folk tale of its own! This is the legend: a man, Cantuna, made a pact with the Devil to finish the building atriums. The deal included the Devil taking his soul upon the completion of the building. When the bells sounded signaling it was time for the devil to get his payment. Cantuña realize there was a brick missing! Meaning the building was not finished and the devil was not to be payed. This church is considered a jewel of continental architecture. Enjoy and find the missing brick! ”
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Quito Canton, Pichincha
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