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Sacred Places Photo Gallery

Sacred places aren’t simply the ones with golden spires that sprout above treetops. They’re often small nuggets nestled quietly in the most surprising places, as one UTSA architecture class discovered. Here are just a few of them.

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Sacred Places Locations

There are more than 200 sites in the 12-mile area that makes up the Westside Development Corporation in San Antonio. These places—churches, synagogues, convents and cemeteries—are considered to be cultural assets by UTSA’s Center for Cultural Sustainability.

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