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Tumacacori

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Tumacacori is the site of a Franciscan mission built in 1795. The ruins that are visible today include a chapel and graveyard. Visitors can also walk through an elaborate church built in 1822. The site has been converted into a National Historic Park with a visitor center.

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  • County: Pima
  • Population: 569

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