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1. San Antonio Missions: San Antonio is the only U.S. city with five Spanish missions. These historical structures served as the first found...  
2. Alamo, The: A 4.2 acre complex commemorating the historic battle that occurred there during the Texas Revolution against Mexico...  
3. Alamodome: A multi-purpose facility in San Antonio, primarily used as a sports stadium and convention center.  
4. South Texas Medical Center: A leading regional research and education medical center, based in San Antonio.  
5. Steves Homestead: One of the few homes in the King William Historic District open for tours; an 1876 Victorian estate with elaborate ...  
6. Aztec on the River: A restored historic movie theater that features educational programs and a Mighty Murlitzer theatre organ.  
7. Drury Hotel: Housed in the restored Petroleum Commerce Building, a historical landmark, this hotel sits directly on the Riverwal...  
8. UTSA's Institute of Texan Cultures: A museum and library in HemisFair Park, in the downtown area.  
9. Majestic Theatre: An ornate, historical movie theatre in downtown San Antonio.  
10. Spanish Governor's Palace: This historic landmark is considered one of the most beautiful buildings in San Antonio, and once a center for bure...  
11. Sunset Station: A historic railroad station built in 1902, now a 10-acre event facility complete with hotel and catering services t...  
12. St. Anthony Hotel: A historic Wyndham hotel on Travis Street in San Antonio.  
13. Buckhorn Saloon and Museum: A kitschy museum filled with relics of big-game taxidermy, a wax museum, and other campy American-style memorabilia...  
14. Museo Americano: A museum featuring Latino history, art, and culture. Affiliated with the Smithsonian.  
15. SAMA: Acronym for San Antonio Museum of Art.  
 
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