San Juan Bautista


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San Juan Bautista

(săn wän bətē`stə), mission, W Calif., in the fertile San Juan valley. Largest of the California missions, San Juan Bautista (1797) draws thousands of visitors annually.
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The chapels in San Juan Bautista were built in the Gothic style because that was how they still built churches in 1521.
Las primeras fueron impartidas en la catedral de Nuestra Senora, en Munich; las segundas, en la iglesia colegiata de San Pedro y San Juan Bautista, en Berchtesgaden; las terceras, en la basilica de San Pedro, de Ciudad del Vaticano.
Craig Hope, chief customer officer at San Juan Bautista, Calif.-based Earthbound Farm, notes that packaged salads currently represent between 16 percent and 18 percent of total organic fruit and vegetable sales.
1493: On his second voyage to the New World, Christopher Columbus stepped ashore on an island he named San Juan Bautista. It was later renamed Puerto Rico.
Michael Rodriguez of San Juan Bautista Church placed ads in the El Paso Times criticizing gay rights.
She leaves a son, Dan Salomon and his wife Marjorie of Bethlehem; a daughter, Susanne wife of Michel Chirman of San Juan Bautista, CA; and three grandchildren, Eva, Asher and Benjamin Salomon.

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