Santa Cruz Mission Adobe State Historic Park , United States of America
|Santa Cruz Mission Adobe State Historic Park
|United States of America
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|The Santa Cruz Mission Adobe State Historic Park, 'Your State Park Downtown,' is home to the oldest building in Santa Cruz County. Built between 1822 and 1824 by local Ohlone and Yokut Native Americans, the park’s signature adobe is the only remaining structure from Mission Santa Cruz, founded in 1791. One of just four adobe buildings left in Santa Cruz County — and sometimes confused with the nearby replica mission chapel — it is the only building of its kind preserved as a museum in the State of California. The adobe served as housing for Neophyte families who lived and worked at the Mission, which operated until 1834 when it was secularized. After decades of private ownership, the adobe was sold to the State of California, extensively restored and finally opened in 1991 to the public as the Santa Cruz Mission SHP.
|In March 2015 CyArk and students from the architecture department at the University of San Francisco digitally documented the Mission Adobe at the Santa Cruz Mission State Historic Park. The project will be included in CyArk’s El Camino Real program, which is set to digitally preserve the 21 California missions, four presidios and other historic sites that make up the El Camino Real Highway.
|2015-03-21 to 2015-03-22
|2020: Santa Cruz Mission Adobe State Historic Park - LiDAR - Terrestrial . Collected by University of San Francisco , California State Parks , CyArk . Distributed by Open Heritage 3D. https://doi.org/10.26301/07af-c325