Jesuitical Ruins of Trinidad
Follow in the footsteps of the devout men who braved the wilds of South America to establish a sanctuary for the faithful, which now, centuries later is known as the Jesuitical Ruins of Trinidad. The old church with its elaborate depiction of an army of angels decorated directly onto the altar wall is a clear testament to why this is considered to be the best example of Jesuitical architecture on the continent. Even after hundreds of years of disrepair, the murals are still vivid, but you can just imagine what they must have been like in their prime. It is a place that will give you a new respect for the concept of faith.
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- Location: Jesuitical Ruins of Trinidad, Paraguay