Church of the Jesuits

Church of the Jesuits

The history of the Church of the Jesuits dates back more than three centuries. Tradition has it that it was erected over the birth home of Ildefonso, the Patron Saint of Toledo.

Opened for worship in 1718, it features a main chapel with an original altarpiece comprising a fresco surrounded by columns and a frame painted in perspective creating a trompe l’oeil.

Great Baroque altarpieces on each of the sides of the central nave make it a real museum of sculptures, many of which narrate the story of the Company of Jesus which has been present in the city for centuries.

The enormous twin towers more than 50 metres high offer visitors a unique experience: enjoying the most privileged view in the medieval city and the imposing Primate Cathedral of Toledo.

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Location Church of the Jesuits

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Calle Sta. Isabel, 24
45.002 Toledo
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