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Casa Navarro State Historic Site: Explore the life of a Texas patriot, Senator and Tejano rights advocate, Jose Antonio Navarro, at his newly renovated 1830s-1855 home and store in the heart of downtown San Antonio. Experience this hidden gem that is one of Texas' best examples of whitewashed adobe and caliche block domestic architecture in Texas. Explore Navarro's legacies and 19th century life through new, multi-sensory and hands-on exhibits. Visit the new gift shop and interpretive gardens. Mi Casa es Su Casa!
The Texas Historical Commission (visit: www.thc.state.tx.us) manages the site that commemorates the life of Texas Patriot José Antonio Navarro and his Hispanic heritage. Occupying a third of an acre, the restored historic property includes Navarro's house and a two-storey corner store constructed of adobe, caliche-block and limestone. Step inside the "oasis" in the heart of downtown featuring self guided interractive tours of the property and stories of Navarro's contributions to Texas history.
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