The City of San Antonio, Texas (The Alamo) 2019
San Antonio, officially the City of San Antonio, is the seventh-most populous city in the United States, and the second-most populous city in both Texas and the Southern United States, with more than 1.5 million residents. Founded as a Spanish mission and colonial outpost in 1718, the city became the first chartered civil settlement in present-day Texas in 1731. The area was still part of the Spanish Empire, and later of the Mexican Republic. Today it is the state's oldest municipality.
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Located in the center of downtown San Antonio, adjacent to Hemisfair Plaza and the San Antonio River, Alamo Plaza is the commercial center that developed around Texas’ most famous shrine, the Alamo. The plaza itself was originally part of the courtyard of the Mission San Antonio de Valero (the Alamo). Today, the Alamo Plaza Historic District contains the Alamo chapel, the public plaza, and the surrounding commercial structures built mainly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
2019.03.14 - The Alamo [San Antonio, Texas, United States of America]
DATA: 14 martie 2019
DESCRIERE: Bătălia de la Alamo (23 februarie – 6 martie 1836) a fost un eveniment-cheie în cadrul Revoluției Texane. După un asediu de 13 zile, soldații mexicani conduși de președintele general Antonio López de Santa Anna au lansat un asalt asupra Misiunii Alamo de lângă San Antonio de Béxar (astăzi, San Antonio, Texas). Toți apărătorii texani au fost uciși, cu excepția a doi. Cruzimea lui Santa Anna din timpul bătăliei i-a inspirat pe numeroși texani—atât coloniști din Texas cât și aventurieri din Statele Unite—să se alăture armatei texane. Mânați de dorința de răzbunare, texanii au reușit apoi să învingă armata mexicană în bătălia de la San Jacinto, în 21 aprilie 1836, punând capăt revoluției.
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The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March 6, 1836) was a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution.
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I visited the Alamo and found it very interesting. The story of the Alamo had always been a historical one for me but after seeing the location and artifacts for myself it became very human.
From Feb.-23rd to Mar.6th 1836 some 1500 Mexican
troops led by General Santa Anna battled some 200 Texian and Tejano volunteers led by Colonel William Travis and Jim Bowie. Though the volunteers caused great injury to the Mexicans eventually they all fell in battle including Congressman Davy Crockett.
Hotel Indigo San Antonio at the Alamo - San Antonio (Texas) - United States
Hotel Indigo San Antonio at the Alamo hotel city: San Antonio (Texas) - Country: United States
Address: 105 North Alamo; zip code: TX 78205
In the middle of San Antonio city centre, only seconds from the Alamo and the vibrant Riverwalk area, this completely non-smoking hotel features an on-site restaurant and modern in-room amenities.
-- L'Hotel Indigo San Antonio at the Alamo est situé en plein centre-ville de San Antonio, à quelques secondes de l'Alamo et de la zone animée de Riverwalk. Cet hôtel entièrement non-fumeurs abrite un restaurant et des chambres modernes bien équipées.
-- Este hotel, completamente libre de humos y situado en el centro de la ciudad de San Antonio, a pocos pasos de El Álamo y la animada zona del paseo del río, cuenta con un restaurante y habitaciones con comodidades modernas.
-- Dieses absolute Nichtraucherhotel liegt nur wenige Schritte vom Fort Alamo und der lebhaften Gegend Riverwalk entfernt mitten im Stadtzentrum von San Antonio und bietet ein Restaurant in der Unterkunft und moderne Annehmlichkeiten im Zimmern.
-- 这家全面禁烟的酒店位于圣安东尼奥（San Antonio）市中心，距离阿拉莫(Alamo)和充满活力的河滨区（Riverwalk）不远，内设餐厅和现代房内设施，提供3英里（4.
-- Этот отель находится в центре города Сан-Антонио, всего в нескольких минутах ходьбы от Миссии Аламо и оживленного района Риверуок. На всей территории отеля запрещено курение. К услугам гостей номера с современными удобствами и ресторан.
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The 18th-century mission church where Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and 188 others waged their last stand against the Mexican army for Texas independence has become a state symbol. The most famous historical site in Texas, the mission has been restored to its original condition and offers tours, relics of the past, and a gift shop with memorabilia for history enthusiasts.
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- ... So I told you guys that I was crazy about mission churches right? If you visit San Antonio, or course you have to see The Alamo (which is a mission church), but I struck gold because San Antonio has FIVE mission churches within 10 miles of each ...
- ... We couldn't leave San Antonio without visiting The Alamo ...
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- Beautiful monument as you approach the Alamo by Lrkiernan from a blog titled Exploring the Riverwalk and the Alamo
- Very Old Tree at the Alamo by Pykesonthego from a blog titled San Antonio, Texas - Remember the Alamo?
- Long Barracks at the Alamo by Pykesonthego from a blog titled San Antonio, Texas - Remember the Alamo?
- The Alamo, San Antonio by Glawler from a blog titled I'll think of an appropriate title later
- The Alamo at night by Chictravelers2 from a blog titled San Antonio into Louisiana
- Remember the Alamo by Keythom from a blog titled Home away from home
- The Alamo by Lady_d from a blog titled Mess this
- The Alamo 7 by Sarichka10 from a blog titled Remember!
- The Alamo by Gstfire from a blog titled The Alamo and Riverwalk
- The Alamo by Tiszrh from a blog titled Anybody going to San Antone?
- The Alamo by Cobra1899 from a blog titled Alone in San Antone!
- The Alamo by Aldo80 from a blog titled Alamo and the Riverfront
The Alamo In San Antonio TX - Site Of The Famous Battle For Texas Independence
The Alamo in downtown San Antonio Texas is the site of the famous battle on March 2, 1836 that symbolizes the Texas Revolution against Mexico that eventually resulted in independence.
Although almost 200 greatly outnumbered defenders of the Alamo died in the battle against the troops of Mexican president and general Santa Ana, their determination inspired the battle cry Remember the Alamo, which has become legendary in Texas and American history.
The iconic structure that everyone recognizes is just a small part of the actual battlefield. It was originally named Mission San Antonio de Valero, and served as home to missionaries and their Indian converts for nearly seventy years. The current Alamo complex, including the familiar facade and structure that used to serve as a mission church, covers 4.2 acres of ground in downtown San Antonio.
Approximately 2.5 million tourists visit the Alamo each year. Admission is free, and it is definitely one of the most interesting places to go and things to see not just in San Antonio, but in all of Texas.
The Alamo is the centerpiece of San Antonio's booming downtown tourist complex, which also includes the River Walk, the Tower of the Americas, La Villita (the Little Village) and the Rivercenter Mall.
I also have a YouTube video focusing on the Cenotaph, the memorial dedicated to the Alamo defenders. Click on
The Alamo There have been hundreds of books written about the battle of the Alamo.
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LA BATALLA DE EL ÁLAMO, Causas y Consecuencias
Batalla de El Álamo. También conocida como Batalla del Fuerte El Álamo. Conflicto militar crucial en la Revolución de Texas que consistió en un asedio de 13 días de duración, desde su inicio el 23 de febrero hasta el asalto final del 6 de marzo de 1836, y enfrentó al ejército de México, encabezado por el presidente Antonio López de Santa Ana, contra una milicia de secesionistas texanos, en su mayoría colonos estadounidenses (naturalizados mexicanos), en San Antonio de Béjar, en la entonces provincia mexicana de Coahuila y Texas (hoy estado de Texas, Estados Unidos).
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YOU FEEL A HEAVINESS HERE ???? The Alamo San Antonio, Texas ???? Full Time RV Living This is part 2 to our adventure exploring San Antonio, Texas. We checked out the river walk and had enough time and enough day light to check out the Alamo. They don't allow photography or videography in the Mission but we were able to capture the courtyard and the surrounding areas.
Josh is a huge history buff so things like this really intrigue him and he loves to share what he has learned on his visit. The Alamo is a pinnacle point when the US fought to keep Texas. The battle at the Alamo was a bloody one and no one survived the 90 minute battle. Women, children and a slave were let go. But the odds weren't in our favor when defending the Alamo. It was 30 men to one when the battle took place and the Mexican President took no mercy.
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WELCOME TO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, U.S.A.
Interstate 37 into beautiful and historic San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A.
Very clean streets, friendly people, lots of restaurants and other visiting attractions plus, obviously, San Antonio's main attraction: THE ALAMO.
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The Alamo Mission in San Antonio Texas
The Alamo Mission in San Antonio Texas , commonly called The Alamo and originally known as the Misión San Antonio de Valero, is a historic Spanish mission and fortress compound founded in the 18th century by Roman Catholic missionaries in what is now San Antonio, Texas, United States. It was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. Today it is a museum in the Alamo Plaza Historic District and a part of the San Antonio Missions World Heritage Site.
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The Alamo has become synonymous in the American south for heroic last stand.
Its the site for the famous holding action to keep the Mexican army obey.
Consequently Texas keen its independence as a nation and then became a state.
The Alamo houses a museum devoted to the Texan war of independence.
Here you can also learn about the history of many American heroes.
The Alamo in an invaluable piece of history of the formation of America.
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Finally made it to the Alamo and Riverwalk
What's going on everybody Rob here would little video I shot in San Antonio Texas. We drove from our hotel which was the Holiday Inn Lake eight minutes to the Alamo area. We pay $10 to park the car for the whole day but we had to find our way to the Alamo and to the Riverwalk. Someone told us if you find the street with all the tourist traps that Alamo will be right across the street. I'll be damned they were right. Right across the street from the Alamo are wax museums Ripley's believe it or not in some other touristy stuff. If you cut through walkway directly across from the Alamo and go down the stairs it will lead you directly to the San Antonio Riverwalk. The Riverwalk actually appears smaller than you would think but there is a ton of walking if you plan on walking the Riverwalk. In my next video show a little bit more of the Alamo end of the Riverwalk.
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The Alamo Mission in San Antonio, commonly called the Alamo and originally known as Misión San Antonio de Valero, is part of the San Antonio Missions World Heritage Site in San Antonio, Texas, United States.
San Jose missions-In 1720, Fray Antonio Margil de Jesús founded what became the best known of the Texas Missions, San José y San Miguel de Aguayo. Viewed as a model of Mission organization, Mission San José was a major social center. The unique architecture of its church and the richness of its fields and pastures led visitors to comment on its beauty. The size of the complex bears witness to San José’s reputation as the “Queen of the Missions.”
Mission San José was moved twice from its original site until it was finally built at its present location, set back from the temperamental river to a place on a small rise. At this time, it entered into a period of great achievement. Mission San José became the showplace of the Southwest.
The present church of Mission San José was begun in 1758 with the cornerstone laid by Governor Don Hugo Oconor and Gaspar José Solis, a Franciscan inspector. It was not completed until 1782 but became “the most beautiful church along the entire frontier of New Spain.
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THE ALAMO, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, USA. Yes, The Alamo! I've always wanted to go here - and here we are :) It's a great place, full of history, excellent on-site guides. Well worth the visit.