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Description Built by Indian slaves in Santa Fe, New Mexico, this Spanish Colonial building was completed in 1625 and then nearly destroyed during the Pueblo revolt of 1680. In 1710 the Spanish once again took control of Santa Fe and rebuilt the church. Mass is still held in the church every Sunday at 5PM. The religious artwork in the building is inspiring, and the bell dates to the early 1300s. It is the oldest still operating church in the United States.
Paul Coco, Brooklyn, NY Member Since August 2008 Artist Statement After a career in international sales and marketing, early retirement enabled me to turn a hobby into a passion and modern photo editing programs enabled me to add creativity to my view of the world.
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