One of three basilicas in Texas, this icon includes Italian bronzed life-sized statues of the crucifixion around the grounds. Designated a National Shrine, it is one of the most visited shrines in the United States. 400 N. Virgen de San Juan Blvd. www.olsjbasilica.org
Site is dedicated to the labor rights leader. LUPE Center, corner of U.S. 83 and Cesar Chavez Road.
The park was created as a tribute to all veterans of military service. It has the tallest flagpole in South Texas. A granite war memorial--engraved with the names of servicemen from San Juan who died while on active duty in World War II, Korean War and the Vietnam War--was added in 2009. 310 W. B...
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