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Built in the 1700s, this recently restored white adobe church, representing a wonderful example of Spanish colonial architecture, is beautiful inside and out, with colorful frescoes, sculptures and carvings.
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The mission is just off the highway and is worth a stop if you have the time. It is not THE reason to be in the area, but it is a nice little "side trip" for you.
There is not much to the Spanish Market"...More
I followed the mission trail in San Antonio several years ago and when I learned there was a mission in Tucson I wanted to visit. It is a stunning mission to say the least. There is a native American working on restoring the painted walls...More
Not a planned visit but saw it as we drove down the highway. A beautiful and old mission church that stands out against the browns of the desert. Be sure to check out the native Americans selling wares in the parking lot.
Please just go there its so great. Watch the video of how the restoration started and where it's going too in the museum. Then walk around inside respectfully and enjoy. No special attire needed. It's jaw dropping... More
Please just go there its so great. Watch the video of how the restoration started and where it's going too in the museum. Then walk around inside respectfully and enjoy. No special attire needed. It's jaw dropping. Pictures are fine too. But, respect the Sunday services.