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Mission San Buenaventura
California

Mission San Buenaventura is ninth of the original 21 Historic Spanish Missions of California.  The City of Ventura has a strong Latino Population and the Mission has a Spanish only mass for the Spanish speaking catholics. 

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Uploaded: 03/10/2010
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Tags: church; misison; buenaventura; ventura; spanish; california
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