The Alamo — San Antonio, Texas. So cool seeing this. It was awesome to be able to walk through some history:)

The Alamo or Mission San Antonio de Valero located in San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, San Antonio, Texas. Established in this church was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in and is now a museum.

Visiting The Alamo in San Antonio #Texas  On a recent trip to the US I headed to #San_Antonio with the direct purpose of visiting this historic monument. I was not disappointed. Little wonder I will always "Remember The Alamo" #alamo

Visiting The Alamo in San Antonio Texas - This is where Naomi, Beto, and Cari came from before moving to New London, Texas.

5 Things You Must See at the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas                                                                                                                                                      More

5 Things You Must See at the Alamo

If you are visiting San Antonio, Texas, here are the 5 things you must see at the Alamo in downtown San Antonio.

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The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas.born in San Antonio and had relatives that died fighting at the Alamo.lots of history in Texas for sure.

The Alamo... fascinating. Between the pillars to the right of the door, Davey Crockett etched his name in the stone... among others

The Alamo Mission in San Antonio, Texas, known simply as "The Alamo." was originally known as the Mission San Antonio de Valero. It is a former Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound and the site of the Battle of the Alamo in by Brian Jannsen

The Alamo - another door I've been through.

The front door to the famous Alamo. The same door that heroes walked through. Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett, they all walked through this door knowing that there would be a battle and knowing that they might lose their lives.

The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas

El Alamo, San Antonio, Texas--we were here on New Year's Eve too shabby waiting in line to get inside the Alamo--when this is where the line formed! Fast moving line too.

Not a picture of J.B. Bonham-photo's didn't exist in 1836. On Jan. 19,1836, he with James Bowie arrived at the Alamo garrison. He was sent by Colonel Travis to get aid for the garrison at Bexar on February 16, 1836. He returned to the Alamo on March 3, bearing through the Mexican lines with a letter from R.M. Williamson assuring Travis that help was on its way and urging him to hold out. Bonham died in the battle of the Alamo, while manning one of the cannons in the interior of the Alamo…

James Butler Bonham On January he with James Bowie arrived at the…

Here´s a pic of the Alamo shot some time between 1877 and 1912. Texas

Here´s a pic of the Alamo shot some time between 1877 and Texas .this interest me since I am a Texan.

6. San Antonio, 1860s. People in covered wagons arrive at Alamo Plaza.

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