Se enjoy the jesuitics reduction very much. Specially for ones who love beeing part of the history. Recomendated
About San Ignacio Mini - Jesuit Missions of the Guaranis
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We called here on a hot March day, and visited the ruins at about 5pm. Tickets were 160ARS per person, and include access to this site, as well as several other Jesuit sites within about 50km. The ticket does not include the sound and light...More
It's a gorgious place - and it says somehow as much about present as about past: How complicated the administration, how poor the installations and informations!? It's a risk of World Heritages all over the world that they take the money but do not use...More
It is an amazing experiment the one done by Jesuits in this area of Southern America. Communism driven by religion. And it worked. I recommend everyone to read all about the experience and to seethe movie on this.
Very interesting historical monument. I was there during a heavy rain, all alone. It was definitely exhilarating experience. Worth a visit.
Loved this place, drove 3 hours from Iguazu to get here and it was well worth it! The ruins were beautiful and there was information written in English which was a plus. Spent a good 2 hours walking around the vast ruins taking photos. Would...More
Quite a long day out from Iguassu with a stop off at a mine on the way. Nice lunch in town then a walk round the site. Museum was being renovated when we were thee but English speaking guide was good though it is better...More
The history of the Jesuits in Argentina is fascinating and I'm glad we visited. But the tour guide was very weak and I was happy I had spent an hour on Google before going.
It is absolutely mind-boggling to think that a handful of Jesuits were responsible for organizing and educating the local Guaranís so they could build, decorate, and run these huge missions in the middle of the jungle, far from everywhere. The small museum at the entrance...More
This is an amazing place to visit, you will learn about history, jesuits, guarani people, and you´ll be in a place built by their hands about 500 years ago. If you go by car be aware that that signaling is very poor, but people is...More