Texas Alamo Map Canvas Print
The 13 day Battle of the Alamo was a significant event that took place during the Texas Revolution. Under President General Antonio López de Santa Anna, Mexican troops reclaimed the Alamo Mission near San Antonio. Sadly, the battle killed many Texian and immigrant occupiers. It was Santa Anna's cruelty that inspired new Texians to join the army. Driven by revenge, the Texians defeated the Mexican Army on April 21, 1836–which resulted in the end of the rebellion.
"Alamo Map" framed art with double mat, comes delivered ready to hang, with wire hangers included and no additional framing needed. We print on heavy stock art paper to ensure the highest quality results. Decorate your home or office with this high-quality art for many years to come.
- Print with Double Mat Under Acrylic
- Vivid and Vibrant Colors
- Framed Under Crystal Clear High-Grade Acrylic 2.5mm Thickness
- Arrives Ready To Hang
- Interior Size: 20L X 16W" Inches / Exterior Size: 25L X 21W" Inches
- Interior Size: 30L X 24W" Inches / Exterior Size: 35L X 29W" Inches