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The Alamo

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Robert
Robert
September 1, 2020
You can't come to San Antonio without seeing the famous Alamo!
Charlie
Charlie
August 11, 2020
“Remember the Alamo” when in or near San Antonio! The site of historical importance is now a museum and is open year round.
Gina
Gina
July 31, 2020
A historic site that is a must see if you come to San Antonio
Cyndi
Cyndi
June 14, 2020
Gotta visit it if you are here! That's what we are known for along with our great hospitality!
Claudia
Claudia
June 11, 2020
A Must See: The Alamo’s 1836 Battlefield has been lost for nearly two centuries since that dramatic battle. The Mexican army tore down the compound’s outer walls in May of 1836. This left just two structures, the Alamo Church and Long Barrack. San Antonio grew up with the Alamo at its heart, with…

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موقع
300 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio, TX 78205
الهاتف+1 210-225-1391
الموقع الإالكترونيthealamo.org