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Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
California

The Mission San Luis Oblispo de Tolosa is the fifth mission of California's 21 historic Missions.  It is founded in 1772 by Fr. Junipero Serra.  When this picture was taken it was about noon time on a summery day somewhat quiet on a three-day weekend.

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