An independent monument to the United States' internal victory, the tall obelisk structure, is also a distance from downtown Houston, and this historic park is an important part of the war to commemorate this century of history.
A national historical park on the eastern outskirts of Houston. Texas, a battle against Mexican rule that started the Revolutionary War. The Battle of San Jacinto was an important battle in the Texas Revolutionary War (April 21, 1836). General Houston led the Texas army to defeat the Mexican army and forced Mexico to recognize Texas independence. Texas later joined the United States of America and became Texas. The site is designated as the San Hacinto Battlefield Memorial, and everything remains intact except for the tall monuments, which have elevators and towers overlooking the entire battlefield and the distant berth of the Texas warship. Each year, at the last weekend of April, the memorial is held, where the two teams play the Texas and Mexican armies.
26 kilometers east of Houston, 1,100 acres of wilderness that once infiltrated the Yinglings, is now the San Hassinto Battlefield National History Park, Texas's Independence Revolution Memorial Park. A 169-meter-high obelisk, a monument like the Greatest Stone Column in the world, is three meters higher than the Washington Monument. It was built in 1936 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the Battle of San Hasinto.
A blue sky and white clouds, a vast blue field, a monument 169 meters high, the world's tallest stone column monument, than the Washington Monument 3 meters higher. It was built in 1936 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the Battle of San Hasinto.
The National History Park is set up by the state capital. It was a battleground of the civil war. It was also a memorial to the war. It was very small.