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Santa Fe, New Mexico

  • 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 Pueblo Indian Revolt, Mexican War, ...
    Palace of the Governors

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Things to do near Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe National Forest Supervisors Office

Hiking/camping in Pecos Wilderness and Winsor, Aspen Vista, Arroyo Chamisa, Little/Big Tesuque trails....

Greenie Peak

Locals claim this is New Mexico's highest drivable peak. Directions at chamber....

Gov. Bent House and Museum

One block north of Plaza, half-block west of Taos Inn Frontier artifacts, family furnishings in adobe home of first Territori...

Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad

Historic narrow-guage steam locomotive from Chama to Antonito, Colorado....