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Mission San Diego de Alcala
San Diego

Mission San Diego or Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcala is the first mission of the historic 21 missions of early California.  This mission not only holds mass in the original mission structure, but also holds a working school in its premises.

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Tags: church; mission; spanish; california; san diego
  • Niyah Zamudio over 1 year ago
    i went to san diego mission de alcala on a field trip at school today best field trip ever there is people burried in the church which is really creepy but very awsome because u get to learn the history of the old days when none of us eggzisted
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