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Mission Espada is one of the 5 frontier missions built by Spanish missionaries in the early 18th century and now designated as UNESCO heritage sites. Found in 1690 as Mission San Francisco de los Tejas, it was the oldest church in Texas, but the current...More
This church was just amazing, small but just beautiful. I loved coming here and walking around outside. Mass was going on and the doors closed to i could not go inside during my visit. The gift shop has a lot of neat things to buy...More
This is the farthest south mission and the least developed but I think you should see all 5 missions. The working aqueduct nearby is well worth a visit. This mission has ample free parking, good signage with simple explanations of mission life, and an be...More
Another beautiful mission in the city of San Antonio. Love the fact that these missions are still used today. The scenery is beautiful. Found a cool cross to hang on my wall along w a cool cross pendant. Worth going to visit!