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May 30, 2019
Taking over 15 years to build by hand, Mission Nuestra Señora de la Purísima Concepción de Acuña was founded in 1716, then after many moves finally re-established at its current location in 1731 and dedicated in 1755.
The formidable 45 inch thick exterior stone walls were once covered by colorful geometric patterns and frescos, examples of which can be seen in the restoration work that is ongoing in other Missions located in San Antonio. Some of the original frescos still survive on the interior walls and ceilings inside the mission.
The stone was taken from an on-site quarry and the construction was mainly completed by expert craftspeople from Mexico. Spanish Colonial architecture with Renaissance and Moorish details are accentuated by frontier, Native American, and Spanish Catholic influences.
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