Old San Juan Capistrano

  • Posted Oct. 22, 2010 by Robin Harrison Viewed 1525 times
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Two of the original bells positioned close to their past location.

Left: Looking down the nave towards the alter. This was the only mission on the El Camino Real that was constucted with stone.
Right: A ceramic model of the church.

Top: Storage and work shop area.
Botton: An grinding mill.

Top: The mission garden.
Bottom: Looking down the arcade of the warehouse.

Top: The priest's chapel.
Bottom: The chapel bells

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      2010.10.22 Edited

      it must be lovely to be able to grow cacti in your back garden ;)
      interesting set!

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      2010.10.22 Edited

      I don't think I have been here but we did go on a tour in San Franscisco and it may have been told to us. I loved visiting the Missions on our way down the Pacific coast. Wonderful photos you captured.

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      2010.10.22 Edited

      I have been here but cant take pictures without people around it , your lucky ! it seems no one was there..
      very nice set my friend !

      best regards ,