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Mission San Juan Capistrano is California’s best known Spanish Catholic Mission. It is about 60 miles north of San Diego where Europeans first came ashore in present day California in 1542 at Point Loma. It is roughly halfway between San Diego and Los Angeles and about 4 miles inland near the San Juan Creek, aka the San Juan River, the Mission's source of water, which flows into the Pacific Ocean.

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