Basque kids play in the evening in front of the Sanctuary of Loyola, within Azpeitia, Spain. Situated along the Urola river and picturesque hills, the Sanctuary is an impressive shrine and basilica built in churrigueresque baroque designed by Italian architect Carlo Fontana (1634-1714). The family house of Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556), which is now a museum, is situated within these premises.

Sanctuary of Loyola, Azpeitia, Spain
Camino Ignaciano | Historia Domus
Rinald D’Souza, 2018

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