The Church of the Jesuits is described as one of Switzerland's best baroque buildings.
The Church of the Jesuits was built from 1680 to 1689 according to the principles of the Vorarlberg master builders, as a single baroque space with superb, impressive stucco work in the Italian manner. This was explained to me by my aunt who lives in Solothurn, when I visited her this summer. The high altar, made of marbled wood, displays the picture of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary by Franz Carl Stauder.
Learn more on a guided tour of the church.