SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - Mission San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California, USA, Travel, 4K UHD
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - Mission San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, California, USA, Travel, 4K UHD
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Mission San Juan Capistrano is a former Spanish mission in colonial Las Californias. It is located in present-day San Juan Capistrano, Orange County, southern California.
The mission was founded in 1776, by Spanish Catholics of the Franciscan Order. Named for Saint John of Capistrano, a 14th-century theologian and warrior priest who resided in the Abruzzo region of Italy, San Juan Capistrano has the distinction of being home to the oldest building in California still in use, a chapel built in 1782. Known alternately as Serra's Chapel and Father Serra's Church, it is the only extant structure where it has been documented that Junipero Serra celebrated Mass. It is one of the best known missions in Alta California, and one of the few missions to have actually been founded twice—others being Mission San Gabriel Arcángel and Mission La Purísima Concepción. The site was originally consecrated on October 30, 1775, by Fermín Lasuén, but was quickly abandoned due to unrest among the indigenous population in San Diego.
The success of the settlement's population is evident in its historical records. Prior to the arrival of the missionaries, some 550 indigenous Acjachemen people lived in this area of their homeland. By 1790, the number of Indian reductions had grown to 700 Mission Indians, and just six years later nearly 1,000 neophytes (recent converts) lived in or around the Mission compound. 1,649 baptisms were conducted that year alone, out of the none total 4,639 people converted between 1776 and 1847.
More than 69 former inhabitants (mostly Juaneño Indian marked graves in the Mission's cemetery) (campo santo). The remains of (later Monsignor) St. John O'Sullivan, who recognized the property's historic value and working tirelessly to conserve and rebuild its structures, are buried at the entrance to the cemetery on west side of the property, and a statue raised in his honor stands at the head of the crypt. The surviving chapel also serves as the final resting place of three priests who passed on while serving at the Mission: José Barona, Vicente Fustér, and Vicente Pascual Oliva are all entombed beneath the sanctuary floor.
The Criolla or Mission grape, was first planted at San Juan Capistrano in 1779, and in 1783 the first wine produced in Alta California was from the Mission's winery. The Mission entered a long period of gradual decline after Mexican government secularization in 1833. After 1850 U.S. statehood, numerous efforts were made over the latter 19th century to restore the Mission to its former state, but none achieved much success until the arrival of O'Sullivan in 1910. Restoration efforts continue, and Serra's Chapel is still used for religious services. Over 500,000 visitors, including 80,000 school children, come to the Mission each year. And while the ruins of The Great Stone Church (which was all but leveled by an 1812 earthquake) are a renowned architectural wonder, the Mission is perhaps best known for the annual Return of the Swallows which is traditionally observed every March 19 (Saint Joseph's Day). Mission San Juan Capistrano has served as a favorite subject for many notable artists, and has been immortalized in literature and on film numerous times, perhaps more than any other mission.
In 1984, a modern church complex was constructed just north and west of the Mission compound and is now known as Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano. Today, the mission compound serves as a museum, with the Serra Chapel within the compound serving as a chapel for the mission parish.
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California travel journalist Veronica Hill shares her Mission San Juan Capistrano travel guide in this episode of California Travel Tips.
The Jewel of the California Missions, Mission San Juan Capistrano was founded by Franciscan Padre Junipero Serra on Nov. 1, 1776. The mission was the 7th of 21 California missions established along El Camino Real, The Kings Road.
It was here, in 1779, that California's first vineyard of criolla grapes was planted, and where experts believe the state's wine industry began. The first sacramental wines were produced here in 1783.
In 1818, a band of pirates led by Hipolito Bouchard landed at Dana Point and moved inland, raiding the Mission of its food and wine. Fortunately, residents were warned of the assault and hid most of the Mission's gold and treasure.
Highlights of the mission include:
• Serra Chapel, the last surviving church where Father Junipero Serra performed Mass.
• The Great Stone Church, completed in 1806, was once the most magnificent chapel on the West Coast. In 1812, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake destroyed the church, killing 42 parishioners. Some believe that the ghost of Magdalena, a girl killed in the rubble, still haunts the ruins.
• The Central Courtyard and Gardens, home to colorful poppies, fragrant blooms, and a bubbling Moorish fountain filled with koi.
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San Juan Capistrano, California Tour
This video is about San Juan Capistrano California Tour. Take a moment to get acquainted to a very old part of history. The town and the people are friendly and passionate about living here. San Juan Capistrano, California has such a diverse styles of houses and estates that there is something for you. Even considering a second home this would fill all your needs.
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California travel expert Veronica Hill shares her Mission San Juan Capistrano Travel Guide in this episode of California Travel Tips.
This historic California Mission has a colorful past, filled with stories of pirates, Indians, ghosts and padres.
Located an hour south of Los Angeles in Orange County, San Juan Capistrano is a historic walking town filled with great restaurants, shops and bars.
For a fun California day trip, take the Amtrak or Metrolink train to Capistrano Depot, where you can enjoy a day at Mission San Juan Capistrano followed by lunch at one of many outdoor cafes.
We enjoyed a wonderful brunch on the outdoor patio of Cedar Creek Inn, located right across the street from the Mission.
Today, this gorgeous Mission, which is visited by more than 500,000 people a year.
Founded by Franciscan Padre Junipero Serra on Nov. 1, 1776, Mission San Juan Capistrano was the 7th of 21 missions established along El Camino Real, The Kings Road. Today, it runs along Highway 101.
Every year on St. Joseph's Day, March 19, the Mission celebrates the return of the swallows from Goya, Argentina. Though they no longer nest here, you can find the swallows, along with other native birds at Trabuco Creek a mile away.
When you arrive, sign up for the free audio tour and begin your journey through these beautiful grounds, where you'll learn more about the Mission San Juan Capistrano history.
Serra Chapel is the last surviving church where Father Junipero Serra performed Mass. Junipero Serra lived between 1713 and 1784.
Here, you can light a candle and quietly tour this gorgeous Catholic church, which, built in 1777, is the oldest California building still in use. Its hand-carved wood and gold leaf retablo is more than 400 years old.
The Great Stone Church, completed in 1806, was considered the most magnificent chapel on the West Coast.
Tragically, in 1812, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake destroyed the church, killing 42 parishioners. Some believe this Mission San Juan Capistrano church is still home to a ghost named Magdalena, who was killed in the rubble.
Dubbed the American Acropolis, the Great Stone Church is one of the Mission's most popular sights. Four bells from the wreckage were saved, and rehung in the campanario. The newly built Mission San Juan Capistrano basilica next door was modeled after The Great Stone Church.
After founding the Mission, Father Serra shared his faith and knowledge with the native Acjachemen Indians, who were called Juaneño.
Approximately 1,500 Indians lived at the Mission, learning new skills like ranching, woodworking and farming.
La Pozolera was the Mission's outdoor kitchen, where more than 1,000 people were fed at a time. Meals included fresh bread, beef, potatoes and corn.
In the Mission gardens, residents grew fruit, vegetables, herbs and olives.
In 1779, California's first vineyard of Criolla grapes was planted.
Many experts believe this is where California's wine industry began. Grapes were crushed by foot in vats, and the Mission produced its first sacramental wines in 1783.
Water was brought to the Mission from a series of aqueducts lined with stone or brick. You can still view many of these zanjas (zan-has) on the Mission grounds. At the Mission Industrial Center, you'll find vats where the Juanenos made soap and candles from animal fat.
In 1818, a band of pirates landed at Dana Point and moved inland, raiding the Mission of its food and wine.
The fleet was led by Hipolito Bouchard, who was searching for the Mission's gold. Fortunately, residents were warned of the assault and hid most of the treasure. Bouchard also led attacks on Monterey and Santa Barbara.
Falling into ruin around 1910, the Mission was restored by Father John O'Sullivan, who worked until his death in 1933. He is buried outside Serra Chapel in the Mission Cemetery.
One of my favorite areas of the Mission is the Central Courtyard. This was the center of activity here at the Mission and today is home to special concerts and events.
The courtyard is a great place to relax beside a bubbling Moorish fountain filled with koi, or admire the colorful poppies and fragrant flowers around the garden.
I promise if you visit this gorgeous California Mission, you'll fall in love with its beauty time and time again.
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Mission San Juan Capistrano was a Spanish mission in Southern California, located in present-day San Juan Capistrano. It was founded in 1776, by Spanish Catholics of the Franciscan Order. Named for Giovanni da Capistrano, a 15th century theologian who resided in the Abruzzo, Italy. San Juan Capistrano is the oldest building in California still in use, a chapel built in 1782; known alternately as Serra's Chapel and Father Serra's Church, One of the best known of the Alta California missions.
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San Juan Capistrano, California, is located in Orange County, and is located on Metrolink's Orange Subdivision, the former Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway (AT&SF) line between their mainline at Fullerton and San Diego.
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About 4 BNSF freight trains run overnight from Barstow, CA, to San Diego. They do not pass through Fullerton, as they must use the Olive Sub 5 miles east, at Atwood Junction.
The station was built in 1894 by the Santa Fe, in their typical Mission Style.
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California has a long history. The indigenous people lived here for more than 10,000 years. In the 1700s, Spanish came to explore the area. Then California ruled by independent Mexico and later merged into the United States after the Mexican War.
Built in 1776, Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of the oldest buildings in California. It shows 240 years of California history. Through a sincere restoration and conservation efforts, it shows what it is today, and it reminds its meaning to the descendants.
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