“Ruined and rebuilt six times, never abandoned!”
Mission Santa Clara de Asís is a Spanish mission founded by the Franciscan order in the present-day city of Santa Clara, California. The mission, the eighth Spanish mission built in California, was founded on January 12, 1777 and named for Saint Clare of Assisi, the foundress of the order of the Poor Clares. It is the namesake of both the city and county of Santa Clara, as well as Santa Clara University, which was built around the mission.
beautiful architecture and grounds! Just follow your nose to the Rose Garden. Very peaceful visit during my visit while the surrounding campus was empty on summer break.
My 2nd mission visit a very nice architecture. Took a lot of pictures getting ready if my daughter's need it when she turns 4th grade :)
It was a beautiful place to visit.
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