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how do you say the Alamo in spanish

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The word Alamo means cottonwood in spanish


"Alamo" is Spanish for "cottonwood." So, an Alamo tree is a cottonwood tree.


Alamo is the Spanish word for cottonwood. It is thought that there were cottonwood trees next to the Alamo.


Alamo is the spanish word for cottonwood and there were cottonwood trees near



San Antonio is the Texas city that is famous for its spanish missions including the Alamo and the riverwalk


The Alamo Mission was built in 1718 as a Spanish mission called San Antonio de Valero.


Yes they did ,they built it for spanish missionaries.


It was built as a Catholic Spanish mission.


The Alamo's purpose is when an army battled in the Alamo. The Alamo was a Spanish fort used to defend the village San Antonio from the Indians. It later became the site of a battle for Texas' independence from Mexico. Within the fort is an old Spanish mission (San Antonio de Valero) which is now called the Alamo.


The Spanish name "alamo" is used for the cottonwood or poplar tree. The Latin name for the black poplar is alno.The term Alamo was used for the Mission San Antonio de Valeroin (now in San Antonio, TX), site of a famous siege during the Texas War of Independence.


NO! The Alamo is located in the State of Texas USA and was involved in the fight to create Texas independence from Mexico.


William travis and many unknown spanish and Texans


It is a groop of missions put together by the Spanish missionaries.


The spanish and the texans who claimed to then be there own rebublic.


The Alamo church built after 1724 as part of a Spanish mission in San Antonio, Texas, and converted to a fort in 1793.



This Spanish Mission was the Alamo, remember?, in San Antonio, Texas. The battle cry from then on was: Remember the Alamo!


took over part of north and south america


there were many deaths in the battle of the alamo but the most remebered death was of general EF Alamo. he was the leader of the conffedrate army. most say he could of became pressident after obamo


How do you say ophra in spanish? That is how you say "ophra" in spanish.


I think now wone can say that


The original structure was the second of two buildings that served as a Spanish church and mission (Mission San Antonio de Valero) from 1758 to 1793.The Alamo was originally created as a mission by the Spanish in an attempt to convert the Native Americans to Christianity.


if you want to say not in spanish you would say no.


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