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Hobbico California Mission San Juan Capistrano Mission Project Building Kit #y9034

California Mission San Juan Capistrano

Mission Project Building Kit

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Hobbico #HCAHCAY9034. This is the San Juan Capistrano Missions of California Educational Project. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. The seventh mission, San Juan Capistrano was founded on November 1, 1776, by Father Junipero Serra. Famous for beautiful gardens, it's the spring home for thousands of swallows that annually migrate from their winter homes in Central America. A small chapel completed in the first year is now the oldest California building still in use - and the only church still standing where Father Serra is known to have said Mass. A large stone church completed in 1806 was destroyed in the 1812 earthquake and never rebuilt. After secularization, the mission lay near ruin. Father John O'Sulliv
Hobbico California Mission San Fernando Rey De Espana Mission Project Building Kit #y9028

California Mission San Fernando Rey De Espana

Mission Project Building Kit

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Hobbico #HCAHCAY9028. This is the San Fernando Rey de Espana Missions of California Educational Project. Parental Supervision is Recommended.:. Mission San Fernando Rey de Espana was the 17th mission, named after St. Ferdinand, King of Spain. It grew rapidly, and by 1807 housed over 1000 Indians. The buildings included a convento for travelers, which remains the largest adobe structure in California. After secularization, the Indians left and the padres moved away. The roof tiles were removed for use in other buildings and vandals dug up the floors looking for gold. The mission became a working church again in 1923 and restoration began, but was not completed until the Hearst Foundation gave a large gift of money
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