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Free puzzle of the historic Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo in San Antonio, Texas. The Catholic mission has been restored and is now part of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park.

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dbnc2
Mar 25, 2015
Beautiful
toadalove
Aug 15, 2014
Love it!
tnjranch
Jan 31, 2013
The Indian slaves did a great job of building those churches.....
unamary
Jan 31, 2013
When you consider all the extreme hard work they would have had to do, and what they put up with, its a tribute to them
jiggler
Feb 1, 2013
1 Feb: Oh, yes tnjranch - like so many buildings in so many countries, built on "blood, sweat and tears". Not necessarily referring to this one as I don't know its history, of course; just a general observation
trynfindit
Feb 6, 2013
They are beautiful no matter who built them.
hockeyfan
Aug 25, 2013
Yes they are.
Basinda
May 14, 2013
I love spanish style architecture.
Starrphyre
Apr 20, 2013
I'd love to spend some time in San Antonio also.
Now, about that restoration business on me, I'm not sure I could even afford to get an estimate let alone get the job done!
sharondarlene
Jan 31, 2013
I have always wanted to travel to Texas...maybe one day!!
pixipixil
Jan 31, 2013
There's a wonderful National Park in southwest Texas--Big Bend. I hear the drug traffickers have taken it over but if that isn't so I'd recommend it. It's far away from all the big cities though. About 3 hours from El Paso going southeast and maybe a bit more from San Antonio going southwest.
El Paso is sooo hot and doesn't have much to see so I'd recommend the San Antonio trek if you go--and I hope you do some day.
sharondarlene
Feb 5, 2013
Thanks pixipixil! One never knows...we may meet in TX, I've heard a lot of good things about San Antonio! We never know where God will direct our paths!!!!!!
JAMP124
Feb 1, 2013
My family lived in Texas when my father was stationed there during wwii. It was before the days of widespread air conditioning. The summer heat was unbearable. However, we had many nice experiences and met lifelong friends.
netta
Jan 31, 2013
It's lovely to see these special old buildings being restored and preserved for future generations to see their country's past. (Wish someone could restore me to my former glory! )
aussiesapphire
Jan 31, 2013
Hahaha - me too Netta (31 Jan)
mimirudd
Jan 31, 2013
Oh, wouldn't it be "loverly"?
PATRICIA37
Jan 31, 2013
I want that too....If you no who please let me know
terabyte
Jan 31, 2013
Funny netta, I too would like some restoration, however it would be very extensive!
jiggler
Feb 1, 2013
1/02: Hmm...let me see...half a ton of polyfilla and a couple of rolls of duct tape? No, I fear I'm past saving!!!!
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