In 1802,the first monks settled down in Győr, after which Francis I allowed the Orders to reunite, but the monks were expected to teach in schools, in exchange. Győran active monastery with 12 monks and most of them work in the high schools they run.Theyalso provide ecclesiastical services, outside of Győr. The church at the site was built by Bartolommeo Torre between 1633 and 1641, originally belonging to the Jesuits, and is a variant of the Il Gesu in Rome with two towers. The building is also influenced by the Jesuit church in Vienna. The unique ‘Student Chapel’ is located in the loft the church, and was designed by ImreMakovecz in 1995. Today, the monastery is still active, and an operational school. In addition, the monastery is also a pharmacy museum.‏