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What is the name of the movie set used for the John Wayne movie The Alamo?

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Alamo Village is the name of the set used in the filming of the John Wayne movie, "The Alamo." The set is located in Brackettville, Texas, and sits on 400 acres of land.

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What is the name of the movie set used for the John Wayne movie The Alamo?
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Alamo Village was created on an existing ranch and features a 4-foot-thick facade of the historic Alamo building. The set was used after the filming of "The Alamo" in almost 40 more movie and television productions, and it has been featured in documentaries, commercials and music videos. While Alamo Village was once a ticketed tourist attraction, it has been closed to the public since 2009 and is in a state of disrepair, as of 2015.

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