It's one of the most popular tourist attractions in Texas.
More than two and a half million people visit the Alamo each year, and a group of Texas A&M students is working on a project that will help ensure the historical site is around for generations to come.
Graduate students in the Architecture Department are working with the Alamo's conservator in the fight against deterioration.
News 3's Karla Castillo was on BVTM Tuesday morning with more about the technology Aggies are using to help us all Remember the Alamo.
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