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San Jacinto Monument

San Jacinto Monument

The San Jacinto Monument, standing slightly over 567 feet in height is the monument that remembers the battle of San Jacinto, which was the deciding battle of the Texas Revolution, where Texas won its independence from Mexico and became the Republic of Texas, a sovereign nation. The monument was not built until the 1930’s, from 1936 to 1939, and it was formally dedicated on April 21, 1939. It is also happens to be the world’s tallest monumental column and is part of the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site.

There is also an elevator you can take to the monument’s observation deck, where you view of Houston and also the battleship the USS Texas.

At the base of the San Jacinto Monument is a museum of the history of the battle and also of Texas culture and Texas heritage.

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