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Beautiful, peaceful site.

Well worth a trip on the high road from Taos. We weren't able to go inside, but could get good... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2018
MNKate2016
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Important Historical Landmark

Although we weren't able to look inside, I'm glad we got to see this important historical landmark... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2017
TheDanTaylor
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New York City, New York
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20 Mar 2018
“Beautiful, peaceful site.”
30 Dec 2017
“Important Historical Landmark”
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Trampas, NM
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

Well worth a trip on the high road from Taos. We weren't able to go inside, but could get good pictures and appreciate the history of this mission church.

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Reviewed 31 December 2017

Although we weren't able to look inside, I'm glad we got to see this important historical landmark (which was decorated for Christmas). This is one of the least altered Spanish Colonial Pueblo Mission Churches still around. Definitely worth a stop when traveling the high road!

Thank TheDanTaylor
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Reviewed 29 July 2016

I love this church, but presently they are doing renovations to the outside so taking great pics is not possible of the whole exterior. I highly recommend this on the high road to Taos and a must see if you like old mission churches.

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Reviewed 16 June 2016 via mobile

This is a step back in time. If you're here, you've taken the high road to or from Taos and are opting for a slower pace. This small historic church exemplifies some of the best parts of the high road experience. It's unique. It's not...More

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Reviewed 23 February 2016

National Geographic guide to Southwest from 1994 consider it one of the most important churches in New Mexico. Now you can see that it needs some renovation, but is still beautiful. Hopefully inside is in better shape than outside. Great part of High Road from...More

Thank RudySzymon
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Reviewed 23 July 2015

This beautiful old historic church is currently in the process of being restored and you can only view it from the outside. That said if you are in Taos, Chimayo, Santa Fe and want to take in San Jose and the historic (though dead) Las...More

Thank scot1ru
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Reviewed 22 April 2015 via mobile

We were not looking for it, just stopped on a whim . We're glad we did, we're outside of it taking some pictures and one of our group ask one of the volunteer workers that we're mixing up straw and dirt for some dobe material...More

1  Thank Steve K
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Reviewed 29 September 2014

This is another quick photo stop on the high road to Taos. Build in 1751, it is right on the road and a great photo op. Wish we could have seen inside (they do still have mass here on Sat eve)

Thank Michelle S
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Reviewed 28 September 2013

A friend and I stopped by to visit this 18th century adobe church on the High Road to Taos. As other reviewers have noted, the stop doesn't take very long, but is well worth the minimal effort involved -- it's right on the High Road...More

Thank Kristin_Ilana
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Reviewed 22 February 2013

This is a beautiful mission church in a mountain valley. We found this church when we traveled the High Road to Taos. Built in the 1700’s and is a great example of Spanish Colonial Mission architecture. It is still an active parish. Stop by, bring...More

Thank limey52
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I do not know the answer as we only saw the outside as the church/mission was closed. Sorry I could not help.
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