Tag: Mission Churches

  • 2018 Architectural Tour: Taos

    2018 Architectural Tour: Taos

      It all begins on a fall Friday afternoon. The weekend is chock-full of Taos sites for the soul. Registration includes meals and site entry fees for the Saturday and Sunday tours. If you’re unable to join us Friday, we look forward to seeing you first thing on Saturday morning at Hacienda de los Martinez. 2018…

  • Landmarks of the Española Valley — 28th Annual Tour

    Landmarks of the Española Valley — 28th Annual Tour

        October 24 was a beautiful New Mexico fall day, and about 40 people enjoyed the perfect weather for the New Mexico Architectural Foundation’s 28th Annual Architectural Tour. This year we explored the Landmarks of the Española Valley.  This is a historically significant region about 90 miles north of Albuquerque. The valley was the home of several…

  • Discussions on Community Partnerships

    Discussions on Community Partnerships

    During the Foundation’s annual architectural tour of the Landmarks of  Española Valley on Oct. 24, participants will learn how community partnerships have helped ensure these historic structures are preserved for future generations. >> 2015 Annual Architecture Tour registration information >> The following individuals will be the featured presenters for each tour location. Francisco Guillermo “Willie” Atencio…

  • 2015 Architectural Tour: Landmarks of the Española Valley

    2015 Architectural Tour: Landmarks of the Española Valley

    October 24, 2015 marks the 28th year that the Foundation will host its renowned architectural tour, and this year the Landmarks of Española Valley will be the main attraction. The featured location of the tour will be El Mision Santa Cruz de la Cañada, the largest of the Spanish Colonial period churches in New Mexico. Completed…

  • Architectural Feature:  St. Augustine Church

    Architectural Feature: St. Augustine Church

    Last year’s Architectural Tour of Isleta Pueblo provided participants with a close-up look and educational lecture by contractor Ed Crocker on the recent renovation of the 400-year-old St. Augustine Church. Under the original name of St. Anthony, the church was established in 1613. It is one of the oldest mission churches in the United States.…

  • 2013 Architectural Tour: Isleta Pueblo

    2013 Architectural Tour: Isleta Pueblo

    Respecting a Community’s Architectural Heritage: New and Historic Landmarks Photos from NMAF annual tour held Saturday, Oct. 6.

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