European churches and cathedrals are known for their beautiful artwork and domed ceilings.
They are spectacles of wonder and worship, often hundreds of years old and still standing today. In Rome, a city known for its historical significance, sits the Jesuit church of Saint Ignazio. Andrea Pozzo, the artist tasked with adorning the church, faced a unique challenge. He had to create an incredible domed illusion on a completely flat surface.
Construction on the church included plans to create a dome, but money ran out in 1642 and the structure was altered.
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Inside, incredible arches and vaulted ceilings show the architectural style of the time.