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Window in the stone wall of one of the ruined buildings at Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo in San Antonio, Texas, USA, looking through to the church.
Founded in 1720, the mission was named for Saint Joseph and the Marqués de San Miguel de Aguayo, the governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas at the time. It was built on the banks of the San Antonio river several miles to the south of the earlier mission, San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo).
In 1941, Mission San José was declared a State Historic Site, and later that same year, a National Historic Site. When the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park was established in November 1978, the Spanish colonial mission was assured of protection.
Taken with Pentax k-30 on 19 June 2013.
Lens Sigma 10-20mm, 3.5
Slight HDR in Simply HDR for Mac