San Xavier Del Bac is a historically significant church that boasts the oldest intact European building architecture in Arizona, built by Father Eusebio Kino in 1692. Visitors can admire the stunning original carvings and mural paintings that adorn the walls inside the church. Stepping into San Xavier Del Bac is like returning to the authentic 18th century. Despite its age, the church still serves its original purpose of meeting the spiritual needs of its parishioners. Each year, approximately 200,000 tourists from around the globe visit San Xavier Del Bac, considered by many as the prime example of Spanish colonial design in the United States. The church's classical style of architecture features playful and dramatic elements, such as theatrical curtain shows, artificial doors, and marbling, adding to its charm and appeal.
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