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Chiesa di Sant'Ignazio di Loyola

Piazza Sant'Ignazio, 00186 Rome, Italy
+39 06 679 4406
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  • Excellent73%
  • Very good23%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“beautiful church” (169 reviews)
“trompe l'oeil” (49 reviews)
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Piazza Sant'Ignazio, 00186 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 17 February 2012

I've stumbled across St. Ignazio quite by chance when walking from the pantheon towards Trevi fountain. when i spotted it simply looked like another church among the hundreds in Rome but this was something else. a beautiful church with amazing frescoes, alter work, statues and...More

Thank tkamin
Reviewed 15 February 2012

It's not the just the beauty but the science, the surprises and the vastness of the place that strikes you. (and just so you know, the dark dome - is no dome at all) :) Go, go, go!

Thank Holmenia
Reviewed 9 February 2012

When you go inside you have to walk with your head towards the ceiling. It is a gorgeous tromp l'oeil that you will discover step after step. You'd better to prepare some coins ie 50 c or 1 euro in your pocket as you will...More

Thank Virgoletta1975
Reviewed 6 February 2012

I rate this church 4 instead of 5, not because it is less beautiful than others, just simply because there are too many amazing churches to see in Rome, and after seeing several in one day, they all sort of blended into one.... This church...More

Thank BU88LE
Reviewed 26 January 2012

A great idea of how "stupid" is our brain, check the paints in perspective and try to find out what is real and what is talent

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Reviewed 23 January 2012

the perspective paintings on the roof are stunning. it´s a must-see.

Thank luciolo
Reviewed 15 January 2012

The rich decorations are both nice and a bit excessive

Thank kyllikkielina
Reviewed 13 January 2012

Stayed in here ages just gazing at the amazingness of it all. The ceiling is beautiful.

Thank Sarah G
Reviewed 13 January 2012

We unwittingly strolled by and were beckoned into this cathedral where we experienced a concert by a wonderful German choir. What a wonderful and magical experience.

Thank JoT3
Reviewed 3 January 2012

The most beautiful church I have ever seen. The paintings and history make you feel like you have travelled back in time. Worth the visit

Thank Hash28
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Bryley522
29 July 2017|
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We had an older person approach my wife and me me inside the church and gave us a brief (5 minute) explanation on the visual effects of the dome. He spoke spanish (maybe speaks other languages as well) and seems to be there... More
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James G
25 May 2016|
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Response from murphymccarthy | Reviewed this property |
The answer above is the best explanation of how to find it. It's worth searching for and it's in a lovely, relatively small plaza.
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Natalie N
21 March 2015|
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Response from Deborah O | Reviewed this property |
yeah well worth it, all churches are, apart from the dead tombs place
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