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(7-2007) Enlarge Interpretive Marker: Acequia or irrigation ditch, part of the original Acequia built to supply farms and the mission San Antonio Del Valero (The Alamo). The view is looking north from behind the Alamo Church
 

(9-2013) Enlarge Original Acequia behind the Alamo Church. View is looking south from the bridge in the photo above

 

(7-2007) Enlarge Corrals occupied this space during the 1836 Siege of the Alamo. View is looking toward the Long Barrack (background) from the east. The tourist are gathered for an Alamo history presentation. The interpretive marker can be read in the picture below along with an 1836 view of the corrals
   

(9-2013) Enlarge Another history presentation in the corral area. The Spanish cannon was not at the Alamo during the 1836 siege

     

(7-2007) Enlarge North side of the Alamo Church (right), looking east. Gift shop in left background

 

(7-2007) Enlarge Interpretive marker in photo above

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