This is a beautiful historical building built by the Jesuits. It opened its first university in Argentina. This place has a great library, a small museum with amazing old and well-preserved books, a variety of maps showing the changes in South America over the centuries, and the local exquisiteness Sculpture. Not to mention a comfortable inner courtyard, which invites you to sit down and just consider the surrounding space.
The Jesuit Square is a very famous museum of nature and history in Cordoba. It is a place I am looking forward to very much. Coming here, I feel that the fatigue of the journey is wiped out and it is very worthwhile.
one of the few places in the pelourinho area that you can reach by taxi or uber as in most roads are closed for traffic. also easy to catch a taxi or uber from their. within short walk from the main pelourinho area and elevador Lacerda. the square is surrounded by some fantastic colonial buildings and there are always some kind of local entertainment, ie. capoeira show, or some music, including drums.
You can visit the Jesuit church for free at any place that is open at any time, but if you want to see the museum next door and take part in a bargaining church visit, the museum tour is worth a try. This is a small fee of US$20 (approximately US$1.15), but there will be English trips only at 10 am and 5 pm (the speaking speed is quite fast and the English instruction is not very good). At other times there are Spanish tours, or you can stroll around free places, but to see galleries and libraries, you need to pay and need to take part of a tour. There is nothing special about the gallery, the library is also modern, and all the books are hung in the glass tomb at low temperatures. After the church, the "throne room" where students face exams is a highlight.
Jesus Square is a small and famous landmark in El Salvador. I heard that it was a good place, so I came and almost lost my way. However, after arriving, I felt it was worth it.