This is one of Texas' best-preserved military posts. Among the landmarks are the Lee House--occupied by Col. Robert E. Lee when he commanded U.S. troops in Texas--and the old post hospital. Portions of the fort are now part of the Rio Grande City school system. 1 S. Fort Ringgold. . Off U.S. 83 a...
Completed in 1899 as a home and store by a French merchant/riverboat trader, it later became a hotel. Designed by Parisian architects, the building combines European, Creole and Texas border styles. Nine rooms and a parlor are restored with turn-of-the-century decor. 601 E. Main St. (U.S. 83). ww...
This replica of the original shrine in Lourdes, France, features statues of Our Lady of Lourdes and the peasant girl who first had visions of her. 305 N. Britton. Near Starr County Courthouse.
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