Gonzales-Peralta Adobe House

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The Gonzales-Peralta Adobe and Fallon House Historic Site is a significant historical landmark in San Jose, CA. The site consists of two separate structures that provide visitors with a glimpse into the lives of Californians during the 19th century. The Gonzales-Peralta Adobe is the oldest remaining building in San Jose, dating back to 1797. The adobe was constructed by Manuel Gonzales, a soldier in the Spanish army who was granted the land by the Spanish government. The adobe was used as a residence, a trading post, and a stopover for travelers on the El Camino Real. (Submitted by Louise C)