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Laguna Pueblo Mission

In Old Laguna Village on the Laguna Pueblo, Laguna, NM
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visited during Laguna Pueblo's Feast Days

San Jose Mission, aka Laguna Church, aka St. Joseph's Church This church is in the old Laguna... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2017
NativeAngelena
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United States
NOT near Santa Fe; on I-40 west of Albuquerque

The church is in Laguna Pueblo. Photography is prohibited on the Pueblos, as usually is drawing... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2016
bmillerOaxaca
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Oaxaca
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Historic and famous mission church "San Jose de Laguna" that was built in 1699.
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28 Apr 2017
“visited during Laguna Pueblo's Feast Days”
18 Jun 2016
“NOT near Santa Fe; on I-40 west of Albuquerque”
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In Old Laguna Village on the Laguna Pueblo, Laguna, NM
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Reviewed 29 April 2017

San Jose Mission, aka Laguna Church, aka St. Joseph's Church This church is in the old Laguna village on the Laguna Pueblo. Visited on the feast days of March 19 and September 19. Besides the main dances, there are also buffalo, eagle and butterfly dances....More

Thank NativeAngelena
Reviewed 19 June 2016

The church is in Laguna Pueblo. Photography is prohibited on the Pueblos, as usually is drawing. Visitors need to show respect and do some research before visiting any Pueblo as some are much more conservative than others. The best times to visit are during traditinal...More

Thank bmillerOaxaca
Reviewed 8 September 2015

I stopped by the Pueblo and visited the Mission. Very calm and beautiful. Afterwards, I saw a sign for Route 66, so started down that road. I apparently took a wrong turn and was cut off by an angry young woman, who screamed at me...More

3  Thank B H
Reviewed 4 January 2014

I keep coming back to this place. Is it because of the unforgettable Ansel Adams photo of this mission church? Is it because of Father Larry who so generously shared his knowledge of the customs and history during my first visit, years ago? Is it...More

6  Thank elkabelka
Reviewed 31 July 2012

Built in 1699, by refugees of the Pueblo Revolt, it was not built under duress, like all the other Southwestern missions, but with love. After it was built, then the people asked for a priest to be sent. It's a warm and peaceful place and...More

6  Thank tellingbird
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