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[rotating photo] Two views of Mission San Jose in the Mission San Jose District
Front view courtesy of the city of Fremont, California
View from cemetery courtesy of Fremont's Museum of Local History, photo by Hugh Danaher

The Mission San Jose District includes the mission founded in 1797 by Fermin Francisco de Lasuen. San Jose, the fourteenth of the 21 coastal Spanish missions, was the only mission founded in the East Bay, and the last mission to be secularized (1836).

Mission San Jose, located at 43300 Mission Blvd. in Fremont, is open daily 10:00am to 5:00pm. Group tours are available by appointment only-for more information, please call 510- 657-1797 or visit their website.


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