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The above painting by Marilyn Key of what Madame Garcia's may have looked like prior to the Texas Revolution.

Madame Garcia's was located across the street from Presidio La Bahia's southeast bastion. A bridge was constructed between the bastion and the roof of madame Garcia's place. An armed guard was placed at the bridge on southeast bastion side.

Scoll down for a location map of Madame Garcia's.

Newton Warzecha - Director of Presidio La Bahia and artist Marilyn Key with the original of her painting - Madame Garcia's






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