Cripta Jesuitica

Cripta Jesuitica, Cordoba: Address, Phone Number, Cripta Jesuitica Reviews: 4/5

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Millet02
Atlanta, GA507 contributions
Closed for renovations
Jan 2019 • Couples
There was a sign on the door that said closed for maintenance and repair and a new advisory would be issued when done. Very frustrating there was not a schedule given on when it would reopen! We were in town several days and could have gone back if it was reopening while we were there. Disappointed to miss this.
Written 3 February 2019
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MEMarzioni
Rafaela, Argentina41 contributions
INTERESTING PLACE!
Aug 2018 • Family
Intereting place to see the type of constructions the Jesuits built, how they connected their churches and buildings, everything below the city, these tunnels were discovered just ssome years ago and they help understand the Jesuit philodophy part of Cordoba's heritage.
Written 20 August 2018
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D V
47 contributions
Interesting story of this crypt but not much to see.
Jun 2018 • Couples
Interesting story of this crypt but not much to see and very few explanations. There was a board at the entrance but it's rather small and I'm not sure it's worth the visit.
Written 10 July 2018
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Joseph
81 contributions
Remarkable foundations of the Society of Jesus
Apr 2018 • Solo
These cellar ruins are a relatively new find since they were uncovered after many decades of being used as a commercial cellar and largely neglected once the Jesuits fell out of favour and were expelled from Spanish empire in 1770s. It was an immigrant expert who recognised their importance and a great tribute to the mayor of this fine city who decided around 2000 that the whole place be restored. It is after all only a foundation place but it gives you an idea of the energy and the decidated of these Church Militants that they were building for the centuries and not for the decades.
Written 11 April 2018
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Oldbackpack
Vancouver263 contributions
Closed on the Weekends! POR FAVOR!
Jan 2017 • Couples
We arrived on the weekend in Cordoba expecting to visit the Cripta. It was closed. The city needs to make big changes to accommodate tourists visiting the city. Por Favor! give someone a job on the weekends and open it up!
Written 23 January 2017
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Evelin A
United Kingdom139 contributions
Closed most of the time
Oct 2016
Nothing really interesting inside, i believe you dont have to pay unless there is an exposition but the most of the time the place is closed, is right in the middle of the ciy, so you can always check it up.
Written 22 October 2016
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mschr
Copenhagen, Denmark447 contributions
Not so much to it
Mar 2013 • Solo
Although the story of the crypt is interesting, today there is not so much to it and it requires quite a bit of imagination (or comprehension of Spanish to follow one of tours) to envision what it might have been like.
Written 31 March 2013
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tchrs
Tucson, AZ474 contributions
Small and worth a quick visit
Mar 2013 • Couples
Other crypts were more interesting and much larger but this is worth the 10 to 15 minutes it takes to visit. It is indeed small and easy to miss. A good visit when combined with Cathedral Square and a bus tour of downtown. PS the cost to enter is almost zero.
Written 9 March 2013
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tom m
mendoza, argentina18 contributions
saw it
Feb 2012
it is a small spot under the street = seemed like we were just crossing the street - nothing much to see here at all; a crypt in Lima, Peru was much better.
Written 14 February 2012
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Luis R
Greenwich, CT246 contributions
quick visit: very interesting
May 2011
The cripta takes tops 20mins to visit. This is a recent found for the city of Cordoba. There are not tons of things to see but if you are visiting downtown Cordoba: please do not miss it.
Written 15 December 2011
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