La entrada a los Laboratories Pfizer, Km63, Delegación Santa Ana Tlapaltitlan, Toluca , State of Mexico, Mexico 1958 Arq. Alejandro Prieto Posada y Félix Candela - Entrance to Pflizer Laboratoris, Toluca, State of Mexico, Mexico 1958
Sweet photo by @escuelaasturianadesurf | Exploring some caves by #paddleboard in Llanes, Spain Llanes is a traditional fishing port, with an active harbour and many notable monuments and traditions; one plaque commemorates the 65 sailors from Llanes who sailed on the three ships it fitted out for the Spanish Armada in 1588 (the Santa Ana,
Hole #12 This monument is to Lone Star independence! Here is the spot where Sam Houston's army defeated Santa Ana by surprise in fifteen minutes. A very short battle but a very big win! Created by MoiMe.
Old Western Burial Ground in Baltimore, Maryland - both the cemetary and the catacombs below Westminster Hall (where people are said to have been buried alive) are haunted - Leona Wellesley, an insane asylum patient, was buried here in a strait-jacket and she is seen and heard following people through the cemetary, watching them and laughing - the spirit of an old groundskeeper is still chasing people off the grounds while waving a shovel at them
This painting shows Santa Ana brought before the wounded Sam Houston after the Battle of San Jacinto. Santa Ana had attempted to evade capture by hiding amongst his soldiers, but was discovered when some of his men saluted him. The Texians won the battle, and the war of Texas Independence, after catching the Mexicans resting at the current site of the San Jacinto monument in present-day Houston.
Del Castillo que fue de las Roquetas, hoy Castillo de Santa Ana