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Paraguay - Landmarks

title: Iglesia de Altos Camino Franciscano Paraguay

Iglesia de Altos Camino Franciscano Paraguay

It was a long time since the death of Bolanos founded the Franciscans without further reductions of Indians. Villasboa Fray Buenaventura, Missionary Franciscan convent of Villa Rica, drove the Indians of the mountains "with significant risk of his life, spending many needs, tolerándolas with love and ...

title: San Cosme y San Damian noche Paraguay

San Cosme y San Damian noche Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company ...

title: Iglesia de Caazapa Camino Franciscano Paraguay

Iglesia de Caazapa Camino Franciscano Paraguay

It was a long time since the death of Bolanos founded the Franciscans without further reductions of Indians. Villasboa Fray Buenaventura, Missionary Franciscan convent of Villa Rica, drove the Indians of the mountains "with significant risk of his life, spending many needs, tolerándolas with love and ...

title: Trinidad del Parana Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Trinidad del Paraná Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in ...

title: Discovering Jesus de Tavarangue Paraguay

Discovering Jesus de Tavarangue Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company ...

title: Compras Asuncion Paraguay

Compras Asunción Paraguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Ñemby, San Antonio, Limpio, Capiatá and Villa Elisa, which are part of the Central Department. The ...

title: Panteon de los Heroes Praguay

Panteon de los Heroes Praguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Ñemby, San Antonio, Limpio, Capiatá and Villa Elisa, which are part of the Central ...

title: Campanario Trinidad noche Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Campanario Trinidad noche Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the Jesuitic Reductions took place. The Jesuits were located in an extensive ...

title: San Cosme y San Damian dia Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

San Cosme y San Damian dia Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the Jesuitic Reductions took place. The Jesuits were located in an ...

title: Cabildo iluminado Paraguay

Cabildo iluminado Paraguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque ...

title: Trinidad noche Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Trinidad noche Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, ...

title: Santisima Trinidad del Parana de Noche Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Santísima Trinidad del Paraná de Noche Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the Jesuitic Reductions took place. The Jesuits were located in an extensive region; in ...

title: San Cosme y San Damian noche Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

San Cosme y San Damian noche Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, ...

title: Cupula Iglesia de la Encarnacion Asuncion Paraguay

Cupula Iglesia de la Encarnacion Asunción Paraguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Ñemby, San Antonio, Limpio, Capiatá and Villa Elisa, which are part of the Central Department. The Asunción metropolitan area has more than ...

title: Entrada Jesus de Tavarangue Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Entrada Jesus de Tavarangue Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the Jesuitic Reductions took place. The Jesuits were located in an extensive ...

title: Santisima Trinidad Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Santisima Trinidad Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of ...

title: Reloj del sol San Cosme y San Damian Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Reloj del sol, San Cosme y San Damian Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a ...

title: Conmebol Asuncion Paraguay

Conmebol Asunción Paraguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, ...

title: Panteon de los Heroes Paraguay

Panteon de los Heroes Paraguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Ñemby, San ...

title: Palacio Noche Asuncion Paraguay

Palacio Noche Asunción Paraguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Ñemby, San Antonio, ...

title: San Ignacio Guazu Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

San Ignacio Guazú Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the Jesuitic Reductions took place. The Jesuits were located in an extensive region; in ...

title: Museo de la Tierra Guarani Paraguay

Museo de la Tierra Guarani Paraguay

Alto Paraná is a department in Paraguay. The capital is Ciudad del Este (formerly known as Puerto Presidente Stroessner, originally Puerto Flor de Lis). The Alto Paraná department has experienced tremendous economic and population growth in the past 50 years. Most of this growth has been concentrated in the department capital of Ciudad del Este, and mainly occurred after the construction of ...

title: Trinidad de Noche Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Trinidad de Noche Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great ...

title: Catedral iluminada Asuncion Paraguay

Catedral iluminada Asunción Paraguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Ñemby, San Antonio, Limpio, Capiatá and ...

title: Trinidad noche Paraguay

Trinidad noche Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the ...

title: Arco de la Mision Jesuitica Guarani Santisima Trinidad del Parana Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Arco de la Misión Jesuítica Guaraní Santísima Trinidad del Paraná Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the ...

title: Casino Asuncion Paraguay

Casino Asunción Paraguay

Nuestra Señora Santa María de la Asunción is the capital and largest city of Paraguay. The Ciudad de Asunción is an autonomous capital district not part of any department. The metropolitan area, called Gran Asunción, includes the cities of San Lorenzo, Fernando de la Mora, Lambaré, Luque, ...

title: Campanario en Santa Rosa Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Campanario en Santa Rosa Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the ...

title: Arco de Santisima Trinidad Ruta Jesuitica Paraguay

Arco de Santisima Trinidad Ruta Jesuítica Paraguay

The Pope Paulo III approved, in 1540, the Order of the Jesuits that had been founded by Ignacio de Loyola as a Missionary and Teaching Order. The Province of Paraguay was created in 1607 by the General Superior of the Company of Jesus. An essential chapter in the history of Paraguay was the presence of the missionaries of the Company of Jesus, from 1609 to 1767, a time when the great utopian experience in the Jesuitic ...