This is the largest and most beautiful monastery in San Antonio. Alamo is great, but you can't take pictures inside. There are so many people here, and there is really nothing inside except for the structure. San Jose has more architectural decorations and fewer people take pictures.
The largest and most well-preserved monastery in the San Antonio area, it is also a relic left by the original Spaniards. People who like history are very worth visiting. It is also free to tourists, and there will be guides for comprehensive and vivid explanations at regular intervals.
The oldest and most beautiful monastery in the Holy City. The classical architectural style makes this monastery look solemn and sacred. The trees are lined with trees and the air is fresh. The beautiful nuns enthusiastically lead us. I like this place.
This is an important group of ancient buildings. It feels very retro atmosphere. You can still see different sides of the United States. I recommend everyone to take a look.
San Jose-the ancient church of San Antonio [Spanish & Indian] The church of San Jose has a long history. It is not only an important military site, but also a place where Spanish missionaries preached three hundred years ago. Its purpose was to influence the Southwestern United States at that time. Indians, let them learn the culture of the European continent. They still have a far-reaching influence on the state of Texas in the United States, which shows the extent of their influence at that time. 【High Wall Castle】Looking at the church from the outside, it is a high wall made of mud bricks and stones, and there are small statues with Western characteristics on the walls. Inside the church is intricately surrounded, like a small community, planted with some flowers and vegetation. The Indians at that time learned European culture in such an environment. The church is free to visit. I don’t know why there is always a sense of solemnity and solemnity when entering this church, perhaps because it carries a heavy history, perhaps because it can always think of the soldiers who fought bravely here at that time... [ Ending] After I walked out of this church, I couldn't help but look back. The darkened and weathered walls, the cross standing in the church, the Virgin Mary outside the church... all touched me a lot. Before leaving, a Mexican boy who explained to us enthusiastically said goodbye to us.