Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Dubrovnik

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Modeled after the most ornate Italian churches of the era, Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola boasts some of the region's best-preserved Baroque architecture on one of the city's primary squares. Nestled within the city's warren of medieval streets and pathways, the church was completed in 1725. To reach the entrance, climb a long series of steps modeled after Rome's famous Spanish Steps. Be sure to look at the building's facade, which boasts decorative reliefs, columns, and pillars. Inside the church, explore the grand, vaulted interior with intricate frescoes and religious paintings surrounding the altar and stretching the length of the ceiling. Don't forget to wander through the different chapels and shrines surrounding the main nave. Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , online itinerary creator Edition.
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  • This old Church is part of the Jesuit school Collegium Ragusinum complex situated at the top of the famous convex-concave Baroque staircase. Today it has become famous from a scene in the...  more »
  • Located right a top the famous steps, and right where Cercie started her Walk of Shame from one of the GOT episodes. The outside is pretty, but the inside gives you another total perspective!  more »

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