San Antonio: A Unique Blend of History, Art and Culture; Zoomer

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San Antonio’s grande dame, the ‘Queen of the Missions,’ celebrating its tricentennial; Scott Huddleston; Express News

Mission San José, San Antonio’s renowned “Queen of Missions,” is celebrating the tricentennial of its founding with recreational and cultural events throughout 2020, seeking to share its rich heritage with others outside its Catholic parish.

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Bexar’s Eye: Legends of Love and Longing Surround Mission San José; Roseanna Garza; The Rivard Report

Behind the intricate detail and repeating arches that cast elegant shadows along its walkways, a legend of love and longing is at the heart of the mission’s beauty.

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Explore the Immersive Art, Food, and Culture Scene in San Antonio; D Magazine

The tremendous food, culture, adventure, and art scenes continue to expand in beautiful San Antonio. The city offers a diverse and colorful opportunity for everyone.

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15 of the oldest cities in the US; Frank Olito; Business Insider

San Francisco, Philadelphia, Savannah, New York, and Boston are some of the oldest cities in the US.

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10 Unexpected Reasons to Make San Antonio Your Next Getaway; Smithsonian Magazine

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Conserving Concepción Dome Work Will Ensure its Stability for Centuries; Steve Bennett; Rivard Report

Until now Mission Concepción has required little work other than an interior renovation in 2009.

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San Antonio serves up food, history, culture and more; Robin Robinson; Toronto Sun

When Julia Celeste wrote restaurant reviews for a local magazine, colleagues called her the “food chick.

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Had Enough Of The Alamo? Discover These Four Historic San Antonio Missions; Fred Mays; Texas Standard

The National Park Service Mission Trail is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and includes the Alamo and Missions Concepción, San Juan, San Jose and Espada.

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10 things to do in San Antonio with kids; Claire Sibonney; Today’s Parent

There’s more to Texas than football and cowboys. From San Antonio’s River Walk to The Alamo, to the Botanical Garden, this Texan city is has your family vacation covered.

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Texas Trip Planner: 7 of the Best Routes Through Texas; Andy Rhodes; Wanderlust

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Why San Antonio, Texas Is the Perfect Place to Learn About Hispanic History & Culture in America; Sucheta Rawal; CheapOAir

With over 300 years of history, there are more than enough reasons to book flights to San Antonio if you want to experience Hispanic culture and history.

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World Heritage Festival kicks off five days of celebrations; David Ibanez; KSAT

The 2019 World Heritage Festival kicked off Wednesday for five days of celebrating San Antonio’s unique history, heritage, and culture through various informational and family-friendly events.

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Discovering The Best Of Austin, From Cowboys To Cocktails; Georgina Safe; Viva

Georgina Safe grabs her partner and explores both the rustic and sophisticated delights of this Texas town.

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History, Unburied at the Alamo; Deborah Charnes; Houston Chronicle

San Antonio is unique for having five World Heritage gems, all within a ten minute drive from the city center. “The San Antonio Mission…

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Dueling cemetery proposals may shape Alamo plan; Scott Huddleston; SA Express News

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A pilgrimage to The Alamo and the Catholic missions of San Antonio; VM Traverso; Aleteia

Texas is famous for its many natural wonders, from the Rio Grande to the Guadalupe Mountains National Park. But scattered around the shrub-covered, dry plains just outside San Antonio lies one of…

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Of all the places in the world, San Antonio is the best travel destination for history buffs; Madalyn Mendoza; MySanAntonio

History buffs should make a beeline to San Antonio, a new list of worldwide travel destinations says.

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UTSA’s Urban Future Lab Studies South Side to Guide Revitalization; Edmond Ortiz; Rivard Report

One event at the International Downtown Association conference gave a glimpse into two Southside neighborhoods fighting against the odds to achieve revival.

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In Texas, School Integration That Celebrates Family Heritage; Beth Hawkins; The 74 Million

How San Antonio is using its bilingual roots to spur classroom integration — and empowering families once forced to give up Spanish to reclaim their history San Antonio, Texas The moment a person begins to dream in a second language is often heralded as the moment he or she becomes fluent, when the brain stops […]

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