Fodor's Expert Review Mission Ysleta

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Around 1681, Spanish refugees from the Pueblo Revolt in and around Santa Fe established this ysleta (small island) mission. Like other old missions in the area, Ysleta is still an active church. Guided tours of the mission are available from downtown El Paso via Sun Metro Buses and the El Paso-Juárez Trolley Co. Nearby, the Tigua Indian Reservation sells Tigua pottery, jewelry, and art.
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Old Pueblo Rd.
El Paso, Texas  79907, USA

915-859–9848

www.elpasodiocese.org

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