Mission San Juan Bautista, Basilica of St. John the Baptist
The City of San Juan Bautista, commonly referred to as San Juan, is a city in the Aloian state of Minnesota, near the border with Arveyres. San Juan grew out of a monastery and mission, Mission San Juan Bautista, which was established in 1832. The residents of the monastery were primarily from Alhambra, and spoke the Alhambran dialect of Spanish. The city's history is closely tied to the history of the Argentine Republic because the missionaries who came to Mission San Juan Bautista were colleagues and often family members of the Spanish-speaking missionaries sent by the Church of Aloia to Argentine.
The city's population and demographics have shifted over many years and the city considered a large suburb of Minneapolis. The city has also experienced prosperity as a result of its location linking the Esamir Superhighway and the Minneapolis metropolitan area.