The Church’s rural religious architecture dates to the second half of the 20th century, with characteristics of contemporary monastic churches, a combination of archaic mannerisms and preludes to the Baroque movement. Its arches topped by a triangle, its front windows, its bell tower, its cross and its plaster ornaments are egregious architecture features commonly used by the Jesuits in their buildings.
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