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Wiki Loves Monuments - United States Competition
A campaign to improve our coverage of U.S. historic and cultural sites
throughout the month of October.

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Welcome to the Wiki Loves Monuments in the United States guide for the state of Texas. Use the guide below to track down registered historic sites to photograph for the contest. If you have content to add, feel free to help expand the guide!

Places to photograph[edit]

National Register of Historic Places[edit]

The Wikimedia Commons has a category of National Register of Historic Places in Texas.

The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) is the federal government's official list of historic places that are deemed worthy of preservation.

 List of Texas NRHP sites >>

Some 2,500 of the 90,000 NRHP sites are also recognized as National Historic Landmarks (NHL), which have outstanding historical significance.

 List of Texas NHL sites >>

Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks[edit]

Recorded Texas Historic Landmark (RTHL) is a designation awarded by the Texas Historical Commission (THC) for historically and architecturally significant properties in the state of Texas. RTHL is a legal designation and the highest honor the state can bestow on a historic structure. The THC oversees historic markers throughout the state, many which are located in the San Antonio area sometimes at sites which do not have a structure, but mark an important event in history.

 List of RTHL sites >>

State Antiquities Landmarks[edit]

The Texas Historical Commission recognizes State Antiquity Landmarks (SALs), with eligible sites including cultural resources on non-federal public land.

 Find SAL sites on the Historic Sites Atlas >>

Historic Texas Cemeteries[edit]

The Texas Historical Commission recognizes Historic Texas Cemeteries (HTC), a list first developed in 1998.

 Find HTC sites on the Historic Sites Atlas >>

Local historic sites and districts[edit]

San Antonio