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WHERE IS IT?

Wednesday Where Is It
updated: Jul 13, 2011, 5:38 AM

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If you recognized these bronze toes as belonging to Father Junipero Serra, you were right! Unveiled in 1936, the original cement statue was placed in front of Ventura City Hall to honor the founder of the Mission. Due to weatherization, the cement statue was the replaced in 1989 by the bronze statue that overlooks our “city of good fortune” today. San Buenaventura Mission was the 9th and final mission founded by the priest. With Chumash labor, the mission once expanded from its present location to the Ventura River and contained a prolific garden of fruit, vegetables and herbs.

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 COMMENT 192187P agree helpful negative off topic

2011-07-13 07:08 AM

Looks like the Statue in front of City Hall

 

 COMMENT 192301P agree helpful negative off topic

2011-07-13 11:01 AM

It's in front of city hall. The bronze toes of the good father Junipero Serra

 

 COMMENT 192411 agree helpful negative off topic

2011-07-13 03:37 PM

Yep, I concur...those are Padre Juan toes on California street across from the City hall..

 

 COMMENT 192510 agree helpful negative off topic

2011-07-14 05:33 AM

Yes, that’s the place

 

 COMMENT 192534 agree helpful negative off topic

2011-07-14 07:28 AM

Yep, and finely manicured bronze toes. Where did he get them done?

 

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