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Founded in 1769, the Mission San Diego de Alcalá is a major tourism site in California. This mission was the first one founded in the Alta California mission chain. The chain of missions was established by Father Presidente Junípero Serra. This San Diego attraction has great historical significance because it is known as “California’s First Church.” This site has a rich history and it is one of the most appealing things to do in San Diego that offers historical perspective.

The Mission San Diego de Alcalá was a place of great turmoil and much uneasiness until about 1797. Around that time this San Diego attraction became a peaceful community that accommodated approximately 1,400 people. The habitats grew wheat, corn, barley and grapes. They produced wine and raised cattle, horses and sheep. Today, this place is among the many sights of San Diego that has historical significance and it remains a popular attraction for visitors.

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