The Jesuit Crypt was built centuries ago in the province of Cordoba. It was originally designed to serve the Jesuits, but was later converted to a crypt and a crematorium. The Jesuits were a society of Jesus Christ followers within the Catholic Church. Some say, that the crypt was used as a training area for Jesuit followers. It was eventually abandoned after the Jesuits were expelled.
|Original entrance into the crypt that was buried by construction long ago|
|Modern day entrance into the crypt|
|3D Map of the crypt's interior|
Decomposition chamber where the dead were placed and covered with quicklime to mask the stench and speed up the decomposition process