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San Antonio, still considered by some to be Mexico’s northernmost city, is now America’s seventh largest — a sprawling metropolis. With a population of 1.49 million that’s 63 percent Hispanic, it’s no surprise that San Antonio celebrates its Mexican roots through food, the arts and history — the latter most evident at the Alamo in the center of downtown. Read more ...
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