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Palace of the Governors


category : Historic Homes
Built in 17th century, still dominates historic Plaza. Oldest continuously used public building in the nation; served Spain, Mexico, Confederacy, U.S. Survived 1680 Pueblo Indian Revolt, Mexican War, Confederate occupation. History exhibitions.


Address: 105 W. Palace Ave., corner Lincoln and Palace avenues.
Phone: 505-476-5100
Our Website:www.palaceofthegovernors.org

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Museum Hill

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, Museum of International Fold Art, Laboratory of Anthropology, Wheelwright Museum of American Indian, Museum of Spanish Colonial Art. Milner Plaza, Museum Hill Cafe (505-820-1776), (Tues.-Sun.), network of linking trails. Round-trip " M Route"

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Palace of the Governors

Built in 17th century, still dominates historic Plaza. Oldest continuously used public building in the nation; served Spain, Mexico, Confederacy, U.S. Survived 1680

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Palace of the Governors

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