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Bronze monument honoring the veterans of the Vietnam War.

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Beautiful Exhibit and Tribute

The statues and exhibits although solemn allow us to appreciate the SACRIFICES of the men and women who faced so many challenges in the theater of war and at home. It is also a... read more

Reviewed 11 December 2016
George A
Austin, Texas
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Austin, Texas
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Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

The statues and exhibits although solemn allow us to appreciate the SACRIFICES of the men and women who faced so many challenges in the theater of war and at home. It is also a place where families of survivors or Vietnam War veterans can gather in remembrance of their own battles at a place dedicated to their sacrifice.

Thank George A
Atlanta, GA
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Reviewed 22 November 2016

Located on a narrow park in front of the Tobin Center for the Arts, this somber monument is rarely mentioned in tourist literature. The statue is extremely detailed, from the mud between the boot treads of the fallen soldier to the pain and anguish in the medic's face. Do leave Riverwalk for a few minutes of contemplation.

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McKinney, Texas
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Reviewed 8 May 2016

My husband and I are Army veterans and served in medical units. This memorial is the first full size memorial that we have seen that depicts the role of the medic helping a fallen comrade. It is an amazing representation and touched both of us.

1 Thank tenisheat2016
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Reviewed 19 February 2016 via mobile

I took my three children here for a visit. They learned so much in the short amount of time we were there. Powerful statues that told stories of our history

1 Thank Thuy L
Alpena, Michigan
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Reviewed 14 February 2016

Very nicely done. There was a gentleman playing bag pipes while we were there. Such a nice tribute. We were filled with mixed emotions being here.

1 Thank mightywoman
Hollywood, Florida
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Reviewed 20 December 2015 via mobile

Place is little far from riverwalk but worth to see and pay respect for those who has pass. Small area, no charge. R.I.P fellow comrade.

2 Thank lalocadr19
Tucson Arizona
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Reviewed 6 September 2015

The Vietnam War Memorial in San Antonio is massive and heartwrenching. The ten ton bronze sculpture is titled "Hill-881South", and depicts two larger than life figures. A Marine is attempting to help a fallen comrade. It is believed that this is the only Vietnam War Memorial, in the country, depicting an actual battle scene. Austin Deuel (from Arizona) was a... More 

10 Thank NYU62
Salem, Oregon
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Reviewed 14 October 2014

Came upon this on a late night walk back to our hotel..I literally had to sit down and sob..a most heart wrenching memorial.

7 Thank maggiejls
Houston, Texas
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Reviewed 14 April 2014

I was just walking towards our hotel and came across this magnificent bronze sculpture of about 10 ft tall that gave me the chills once I realized what was it! It was a military radio operator assisting a wounded fellow soldier. Being in the Armed Forces my self, this sculpture along with the other one that stands several feet next... More 

11 Thank P00hGirl
San Antonio, Texas
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Reviewed 9 May 2013

I was involved in raising the money for this memorial back in the day. Many local companies helped with their contributions. I was a Viet Nam Vet who hadn't quite come out of the closet. Our own people tried to make us feel ashamed for serving our country, doing our duty, and paying our dues. We paid the dues for... More 

8 Thank bobemac

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