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Les meilleurs lieux de culte recommandés par les habitants de la région

Église
“Some of Cali's oldest historic sites are missions built in the 1700s by Spaniards... John's famous quote goes like this: "In California 100 years is a long time, in Europe 100 miles is a long way"”
  • 62 personnes du coin recommandent
Église
“20min walk away Self-guided tours daily 9AM-4:30PM. Known as "The Queen of the Missions," Santa Barbara's "Old Mission" is a superb example of California's Franciscan Spanish architecture. The tenth California Mission to be constructed, Mission Santa Barbara today is both a scenic wonder and a fine anthropological study of original native culture in the surrounding area. Well worth a visit, note the adjacent pottery kiln and tanning vat ruins. Adults $5.”
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Église
“Mission San Buenaventura is a Spanish mission founded by the Franciscans in present-day Ventura, California. Founded on March 31, 1782, it was the ninth Spanish mission established in California and the last to be established by Father Junípero Serra. The mission was named after Saint Bonaventure, a 13th century Franciscan saint and Doctor of the Church. The mission is located in the historic downtown of Ventura.”
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Cimetière
“Beautiful old cemetery with expansive gardens next to Ty Warner's home. You can see his home on One Channel drive. ”
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Cimetière
“Historic Santa Barbara Mission. Great for a picnic across the street at the rose garden ”
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Temple
“Santa Barbara Temple Quietly nestled against a scenic mountain range, the Vedanta center in Santa Barbara overlooks the Pacific ocean. A convent of five nuns oversees the maintenance of the 45-acre property, manages the bookstore and facilitates public activities at the temple. Activities include daily worship, meditation and vesper services, Sunday spiritual talks, scripture classes, and pujas (special worship services). The Society celebrates Durga Puja every year in the Santa Barbara temple. Dedicated in 1956, the temple has received several awards for its design, and is a special point of interest for architects from around the world. The temple is open daily to the public. ”
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Église
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Église
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Église
“Looking for a church? Join us at New Life Community Church! We have 4 service times that last about an hour and a half each. Choose the one that fits your schedule and join us for worship, listening of God's word, and community!”
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Église
“This is a great place to worship the Lord and meet other Christians. They have a wide variety of services and activities for every age. ”
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Église
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Église
“Behind the church is the re-sale shop. Wonderful treasures clothes, dvd's, furniture, house hold to crafty items are all reasonably priced open Tue, Wed, Sat. 9-1 ”
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Cimetière
“Small and well maintained cemetery dating back to the 1800's. Some of the headstones will break your heart. Most of the old families of Los Alamos are resting here. Say Hi to my mom and dad.”
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