Military Plaza

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Coordinates: 29°25′29″N 98°29′40″W / 29.42472°N 98.49444°W / 29.42472; -98.49444

The Spanish Military Governor's Palace from 1749 in Military Plaza.

The Military Plaza (Plaza de Armas) in San Antonio, Texas dates back to the 18th century as a military and commercial center in San Antonio. It is the location of San Antonio City Hall and the Spanish Governor's Palace.[1]

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  1. ^ Jennings, Frank W (2003). "Chapter 10: City of Exotic Spires, Domes, and Plazas". San Antonio: The Story of an Enchanted City. Eakin Press. pp. 183–213. ISBN 978-1-57168-761-6.