Mission San Juan Bautista By Lauren
The red tile roof was made by the Native Americans molding the clay with their legs and letting it dry in the sun.
This archway shows some adobe bricks, what the mission was built out of. They were made by mixing mud, straw, and cow manure together and molding it into a thin rectangle and sun-drying it.
The companario was also made out of Adobe bricks, but were covered in a plaster material.
The mission had a lot of vegetation in and around it.