This traditional linear-plan adobe is the valley's largest morada. The main meeting room and a combined storage and meeting room have separate exterior doors on the south. The interior also houses an oratory chapel with a fogon, or corner fireplace. In the 1930s the Penitentes replaced the original flat roof with a gable tarpaper one, installed wood planking over the earthen floor and a kitchen addition (1934) with shed roof, and stuccoed the exterior.
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San Francisco Morada
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