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Mission San Francisco De Asis (San Francisco, Mission Dolores ...
The mission also goes by the name of Mission Dolores. If you're here because you want to visit Mission San Francisco de Asis, you may want to read up on its ...
Mission San Francisco De Asis History from 1776 to Now
Construction of Mission Dolores began immediately. Dedication was postponed while the Fathers awaited word from Captain Rivera. Rivera, didn't want to build ...
San Francisco Facts - Mission Dolores is the Oldest Building
May 16, 2014 ... Mission Dolores is San Francisco's Oldest Building. ... (whose official name is Mission San Francisco de Asis) is the oldest building in San ...
Mission San Francisco de Asis (Mission Dolores) Picture Gallery
The Mission San Francisco de Asis picture above shows its cattle brand. It was drawn from samples on display at Mission San Francisco Solano and Mission ...
Mission Dolores - San Francisco Travel by About.com
Built in 1776 by Franciscan missionaries who set out to convert and colonize the local Ohlone natives, Mission Dolores is just one of the 21 Spanish missions ...
Mission Dolores - San Francisco - 49-Mile Drive Visitor Guide
Jul 1, 2014 ... See a picture of Mission Dolores on San Francisco's 49-Mile Drive - get a visitor guide to find out when to go, why you might want to and how ...
Things to Do in the Mission in San Francisco - San Francisco Travel
Visit Mission Dolores (Dolores and 16th St.; 415-621-8203), the city's oldest building and first mission. Founded by Spanish settlers in 1776, the mission and  ...
Mission San Francisco de Asis - Picture of Mission Exterior
See a picture of the exterior entrance of Mission San Francisco de Asis in San Francisco, CA. ... Exterior of Mission Dolores. Updated November 22, 2014.
Famous Graves San Francisco - Famous Cemeteries San Francisco
The Mission Dolores Cemetery holds the graves of 5,000 Ohlone and Miwok, along with others who built Mission Dolores. Markers date from 1830 to the late ...
Mission San Francisco de Asis Layout and Buildings
The first building at Mission San Francisco was a tule (reed) arbor built by the Spanish soldiers. As soon as the ship San Carlos arrived with supplies in August,  ...
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