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Juarez, Mexico in North America

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LA Capilla De San Elcear

San Elizario Chapel, as known as La Capilla de San Elcear, was never a mission, but it functioned as a presidio chapel. It provided the religious needs of a presidio or an outpost of military personnel. The presidio was moved to the present site in 1789, to protect travelers and settlers along the Camino Real (Royal Highway) which ran from Mexico City through Juarez City, Mexico then called Paso del Norte to Santa Fe, NM. Its close proximity to the Ysleta and Socorro missions also provided protection for them.When Mexico became independent from Spain in 1821, the military presence at the presidio decreased. By 1848, the presidio had fallen into ruins. Rebuilding efforts began in 1853, with a small church. This proved inadequate and the present structure was completed in 1882. The exterior appearance has ever since changed very little.San Elizario MissionSan Elizario TexasUSA

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Modesto, a male giraffe which is the mascot of Ciudad Juarez, is pictured on its 18th anniversary at the Central park in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state, Mexico, on April 29, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / HERIKA MARTINEZ

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Animal, Close Up, Giraffe, Horizontal, Offbeat

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Satellite view of the Gulf of California

November 30, 2003 - Baja California. The peninsula is about 93 miles wide and extends 808 miles from the Mexico-US border to its southern tip.
This sparsely populated region is covered primarily by mountains and deserts. Two major deserts are visible as lighter tan areas in this image. On the northeast side of the peninsula is the San Felipe desert, and in the central western section is Vizcaino. Three mountain ranges run down the center of Baja California, splitting it vertically. The Sierra de Juarez starts near the border and runs south into the Sierra San Pedro Martir. Farther south is the Sierra de San Borja. The spur on the west side of the peninsula contains the fourth mountain range in Baja California: the Sierra Vizcaine

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