The paintings on the ceiling and walls of this heavily ornarted church are definitely breathtaking. And the Jesuits are intelligent enough to think about placing a mirror so you don't get a sore neck after obseving the frescoes for long time. But the tomb of Saint Ignatius of Loyola is so over the top that has to be seen to believe. The lapislazuli columns and orb are simply amazing. A testament to the wealth and power of the order he founded and the Church he strived to keep dominating the world.
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