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Santana Row - San Jose, CA 

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Santana Row - San Jose, CA 

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“The Peralta Adobe is the oldest building in San Jose, California, built in 1797. It is named after Luis María Peralta, its most famous resident. The original builder was probably Manuel González, an Apache Indian.
Manuel González, his wife, and their five children accompanied the Anza Party to California in 1776. He was one of the founders of the Pueblo de San Jose de Guadalupe, the first municipal government in California, established in 1777. This was the second house that González chose to live in, the first site was untenable due to winter flooding. In 1804 González died and the adobe went to Luís María Peralta. Peralta was a soldier and owner of Rancho San Antonio, one of the largest ranchos in Spanish California.
The adobe covers an area of 20 feet by 41 feet, and has two connecting rooms of approximately equal size. The walls are about two feet thick and made of adobe blocks that are 22 inches by 11 inches by 4 inches. Inside, the adobe is furnished in much the same fashion as it was 200 years ago, and outside is an outdoor fireplace.” [x]

“The Peralta Adobe is the oldest building in San Jose, California, built in 1797. It is named after Luis María Peralta, its most famous resident. The original builder was probably Manuel González, an Apache Indian.

Manuel González, his wife, and their five children accompanied the Anza Party to California in 1776. He was one of the founders of the Pueblo de San Jose de Guadalupe, the first municipal government in California, established in 1777. This was the second house that González chose to live in, the first site was untenable due to winter flooding. In 1804 González died and the adobe went to Luís María Peralta. Peralta was a soldier and owner of Rancho San Antonio, one of the largest ranchos in Spanish California.

The adobe covers an area of 20 feet by 41 feet, and has two connecting rooms of approximately equal size. The walls are about two feet thick and made of adobe blocks that are 22 inches by 11 inches by 4 inches. Inside, the adobe is furnished in much the same fashion as it was 200 years ago, and outside is an outdoor fireplace.” [x]

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Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum & Planetarium - San Jose, CA

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Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum & Planetarium - San Jose, CA

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San Jose Police by Thomas Hawk on Flickr.
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San Jose International Airport on Flickr.
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oddtime:

Graffiti on 7th street near SJSU.

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Graffiti on 7th street near SJSU.