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For an American state larger than France and bounded by eight states (four apiece of the US and Mexico), Texas perfectly fits the description. It has thrived under six different auspices including French, Spanish and Mexican over last few centuries to account for a stunning landscape of culture, arts, architecture, history and music. A visitor here is treated to an enthralling kaleidoscopic view of natural elements like geological formations, cave systems, mountains, canyons, coastal scenery (along the Gulf of Mexico) and pine forests plus a heterogeneous mix of cultures, arts, architecture and culinary arts. Wherever you go from here, an unmistakable charm of some distant Spanish aura would seem to linger on in your mind for times to come.
Alamo Mission in San Antonio
The Alamo Mission in San Antonio (also called The Alamo and Mision San Antonio de Valero) in San Antonio, Texas was initially an 18th century Roman Catholic mission and fortress compound that later hosted the gruesome Battle of Alamo in 1836. It is now home to an extensive range of memorabilia that connect the dots between Texan history and artistic heritage. You can take time to visit the Long Barracks that contains a small museum with paintings, weapons, and other artifacts from the era of the Texas Revolution. This is supplemented by several other artifacts, a large diorama (that appears straight from the 1840s) and a large mural (called the Wall of History that portrays the history of the Alamo complex since day one).
Texas State Capitol
One of the finest capitols in the US, the Texas State Capitol hosts the offices and chambers of the Texas Legislature and the Office of the Governor. This picture-perfect example of Italian Renaissance Revival was built in 1888 and consists of nearly 400 classically decorated rooms. You should take time to admire its central rotunda that features portraits of all previous statesmen of Texas (i.e. President of the Republic of Texas or the Governor of the State of Texas) and the ‘Whispering Gallery.’
The Sixth Floor Museum
The Sixth Floor Museum in downtown Dallas examines the life, times, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy, and is located at the very site where he was assassinated on 22 November 1963. The museum offers a captivating screenshot of his professional career through historic films, photographs, artifacts and the reports by government investigations that followed his assassination.