Lonely Planet review
The restored church at Jesús de Tavarangüe was never finished. The spectacular trefoil arches (a nod to Spain’s Moorish past) and carved motifs of crossed swords and keys make it perhaps the most picturesque of all the Jesuit ruins. The treble-naved church, with green grass underfoot, is on a similarly monumental scale as Trinidad. You can climb the tower for views of the surrounding countryside.