The Jesuit church of Sibiu is situated in the main square, Piata Mare. It is a very large building with a bell tower that dominates the square. There are two bell towers, both painted yellow. The one tower was a public tower where grain was stored and meetings were held. The church dates from the time when the Jesuits came to Sibiu and was built on the north side of the square. In the Middle Ages it housed the entire Sibiu Jesuit community. Except for times of mass, the beautiful church can be visited any time during the day. Like the altar piece some of the paintings are of great value.