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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Mission San Jose @ San Antonio Texas

Some friends invited us to visit Mission San Jose, a National Historical Park located at the heart of San Antonio, Texas, some three hours away from Houston.  Mission San Jose is the largest of the  missions found in San Antonio. In the 1930s, it was almost fully restored in its original design by the Works Projects Administration (WPA).


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14 comments:

Ann said...

That looks like an awesome place to visit. Love the architecture there.

Lindz said...

I like the heritage look of it.

Icy BC said...

This is beautiful, Tes..
(Get back to blogging, I miss you, girl..)

Tekkaus said...

I wonder if it has been used for shooting movie. A gorgeous place.

Diane AZ said...

Awesome building, looks particularly glorious in the light you captured it in. :)

betchai said...

Tes, the architecture here is very inspiring, definitely should stop here when we get a chance to visit Texas. and the way you captured it is amazing, the lighting is awesome.

ruthi said...

what a gorgeous architecture. glad you are back blogging Sistah. Waiting for more. wink*

rainfield61 said...

It looks great from the outside.

How about going inside?

Cheryl said...

Very interesting and what a lovely structure.

Hilda said...

Between the history and the architecture, I would enjoy a tour of Mission San Jose too. How wonderful that they restored it!

George said...

This is a wonderful picture. The sky is a gorgeous blue and the mission is very impressive. I'm glad it was restored.

Carver said...

That's a beautiful mission and a great shot. Good to read the following post about your niece too.

Al said...

That looks awesome, great capture of a fascinating place.

Ayie said...

beautiful church tes!

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