San Francisco de Asis Mission Church

San Francisco de Asís Mission Church is a historic and architecturally significant church on of . Built between 1772 and 1816 when was part of the Vice-Royalty of New Spain, it is one of the finest extant examples of a Spanish Colonial New Mexico mission church, and is a popular subject for photographers.
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