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Built in the 1700s, this recently restored white adobe church, representing a wonderful example of Spanish colonial architecture, is beautiful inside and out, with colorful frescoes, sculptures and carvings.
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the san xavier del bac mission is a gem in the desert, taht you can see far before arriving.
beautiful place that remind the trilogy of Sergio Leone western films .
The building and the interior must be seen.
Then you can climb the hill...More
Went here last, but should have gone first. If we get to Tuscon again this is our first visit. The history and the beauty of area is sad because its lost, but beautiful to behold and thankful it has been preserved so well.
The mission, and still active Catholic church, is an easy side trip when visiting Tucson and well worth a visit. The mission was established in 1692 and rebuilt between 1783-1787. Self guided and guided tours are possible, and both the interior and exterior/grounds are beautiful....More
This place must be seen if you are in the area. It dates from the late 17th century. The interior is beautifully decorated and it has recently undergone a major renovation which may still be going on. The little gift shop is worth a visit...More
Please just go there its so great. Watch the video of how the restoration started and where it's going too in the museum. Then walk around inside respectfully and enjoy. No special attire needed. It's jaw dropping... More
Please just go there its so great. Watch the video of how the restoration started and where it's going too in the museum. Then walk around inside respectfully and enjoy. No special attire needed. It's jaw dropping. Pictures are fine too. But, respect the Sunday services.