I spent a couple of hours last weekend wandering around the Presidio and the Sera Museum. You can't miss the old Spanish-style building sitting high up on a hill overlooking Old Town San Diego. Many people think that the building dates back to the same time as the old Spanish mission churches, but it was actually built in 1929 to serve as a museum, and continues to do so today.
Click here to see a few more images from the Presidio and Sera Museum taken on May 13, 2012.
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Sunday, May 20, 2012
The Presidio and Sera Museum - San Diego
Posted by Frank B. Baiamonte at 6:28 PM
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Gorgeous pics Frank! I've been dying to get out there and now I'm even more intrigued. I'm a huge fan of the old-spanish style architecture.ReplyDelete