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

Mission San Antonio de Valero or The Alamo, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park or Mission Trail, 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 http://flightsandfrustration.com/visiting-alamo-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 -- a historic monument little wonder you will always "Remember The Alamo"

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

The Alamo, most famous spot in Texas, (Mission San Antonio de Valero) was Est. in The chapel & long barrack are all that remain of the original fort.

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.

Chapel in the Alamo on Dec. 31, 1944. Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt, Time & Life Pictures / Getty Images / Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Chapel in the Alamo on Dec. Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt, Time & Life Pictures / Getty Images / Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images The Alamo and the heroine family's ties to it are in "The Best Game.

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, as drawn in 1854.  "The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March 6, 1836) was a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution.

A manuscript map with a diagram of the Alamo complex. Mexican artillery are shown positioned at the northwest, southwest, and south with their projected trajectory reaching all of the north, west, and south walls.

The Alamo with weighing scale, pre-1877, circa 1847-1877 Photo: DRT Library Collection

This photo of the Alamo is the oldest known image of Texas

Susanna Dickinson will always be remembered as the sole adult Anglo survivor of the Alamo and the most extensively quoted eyewitness source.  On the morning of the assault her husband told her the Mexicans were over the walls and ran out from the chapel where she stayed. She never saw him again.  She saw the body of Crockett between the chapel and the barrack building. At some point afterward, it was said she lost her mind and wept for days.

Susanna Dickinson will always be remembered as the sole adult Anglo survivor of the Alamo and the most extensively quoted eyewitness source.

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

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