Combat at the Bishop's Palace

Combat at the Bishop's Palace (HM2M7S)

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N 25° 40.429', W 100° 20.577'

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Batalla de Monterrey - 21 de septiembre de 1846

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 Combate en el ObispadoAl amanecer del 22 de septiembre, en el segundo día de combates en la ciudad, los norteamericanos tomaron la cumbre de este cerro. Las tropas del 4º Ligero y 3º de Línea a cargo del Coronel Francisco Berra, aquí posicionadas, se vieron bajo un constante fuego de fusilería y artillería por la parte trasera del edificio. A pesar de sus esfuerzos para recuperar la cúspide, la posición fue perdida.Inicio del recorrido: Calles Washington y Héroes del 47English translation:Combat at the Bishop's Palace At dawn on September 22, on the second day of fighting in the city, the Americans took the summit of this hill. The troops of the 4º Ligero and 3º de Línea led by Colonel Francisco Berra positioned here were under a constant barrage of rifle and artillery fire from the rear of the building. Despite his efforts to recover the hilltop, the position was lost. Start of the tour: Washington and Héroes de 47 Streets
HM NumberHM2M7S
Placed ByCONARTE, Congreso del Estado de Nuevo León LXXII Legislatura, Nuevo León Unido – Gobierno para Todos
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Date Added Friday, October 25th, 2019 at 5:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)14R E 365223 N 2840246
Decimal Degrees25.67381667, -100.34295000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 25° 40.429', W 100° 20.577'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds25° 40' 25.74" N, 100° 20' 34.62" W
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