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Located on Szechenyi Square in the Old Town of Gyor, the Benedictine church of St. Ignatius of Loyola was built from 1634-1641 by the Jesuits. The two square towers topped with onion domes were added in the 18th century. The Benedictine order took over the...More
The beautiful Baroque church is located on the main square of Gyor. It was founded by the Jesuits in the seventeenth century and became a Benedictine church in the early nineteenth century. The simple white facade is flanked by two square columns topped with green...More
In the middle of Szechényi Square is the church and college founded by the Jesuits but given over to the Benedictines at the supression of the Society of Jesus in 1763. The day I visited was the feast of the Holy Cross. After spending some...More