San Antonio, Texas (CNN) A Super Bowl celebration in San Antonio on Sunday will include a giant display of the city’s most famous landmarks, including the historic San Antonio Missions.
But don’t expect any “walkthrough” of the historic site in downtown San Antonio as it was designated a historic landmark for more than 60 years.
The mission is a popular tourist destination for people from around the world, and is located on the outskirts of downtown.
It is one of several historic landmarks that have been designated historic sites in Texas.
The designation means that the city of San Marcos is the only city in Texas to be included in a list of such sites.
The city of Houston also had its historic designation in the state in 2020.
It has a number of historic buildings, including a 16th-century cathedral, as well as other buildings and historical sites.
But the mission in San Marcos isn’t on that list.
“We have been notified by the Texas Historic Preservation Office that the Mission is no longer considered to be a historic site,” said Mark DeSouza, the mission’s chief executive.
“This designation, like any other designation, is not meant to be viewed as a complete list of all the sites, but it is a way to make sure that the historic sites that we have are preserved,” he added.
DeSouya said the mission was one of the first missions built by Missionaries of Charity in the early 1800s and was built as a place for worship, community and for the public to pray.
He said the Missionaries were trying to help the community by providing a safe place for people to pray, but not a place to get arrested or steal.
DeStouza said the city has a very limited number of spaces for religious gatherings, which can be restricted or even blocked off.
The Missionary Building at the Mission San Antonio is a prime example of this, he said.
San Antonio, with a population of more than 100,000, is the largest city in the Lone Star State.
The Mission San Marcos was the home of the mission founded by Missionary William F. O’Brien, who was the founder of the Missionary Baptist Church in the 1930s.
O’Brien was also the first African American to serve as pastor of the church and the first Mexican American to become pastor of San Diego’s Mission San Francisco.
He died in 2014 at the age of 91.
San Marcos has a total of 3,500 residents and is about a 10-minute drive from downtown.