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The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas
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Visited by more than 2.5 million people a year, the 4.2 acre complex known as "The Alamo symbolizes courage and sacrifice for the cause of Liberty. The memories of James Bowie, David Crockett, and William B. Travis are as powerful today as when the Texan Army under Sam Houston shouted "Remember the Alamo!" Located on Alamo Plaza in downtown San Antonio, Texas, the Alamo represents nearly 300 years of history. Just a short distance from the River Walk, the Alamo is a "must see" for all who come to San Antonio.
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