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Santa Fe, NM

At the base of the Rocky Mountains in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains lies Santa Fe, New Mexico. The second oldest city in the United States, Santa Fe was founded between 1607 and 1610, and at over 7,000 feet above sea level , it is the highest city in the nation. Approximately 70,000 people call Santa Fe home, making it the fourth largest city in New Mexico.


Santa Fe is the nation's second largest art market, holding approximately 300 art galleries and dealers. The art industry is a major supplier of jobs in this area. Tourism is also a major draw to the area, with over one million travelers visiting Santa Fe each year.

Major employers include the Santa Fe School District, Santa Fe Community College, St. Vincent Hospital and the Santa Fe Opera.


In 1912, all of the buildings in Santa Fe were remodeled to mimic the Spanish/Pueblo style in an effort by city officials to draw in tourists. Around 1930, when architect John Gaw Meem entered the scene, he expounded on the original theme, developing a new style dubbed "Territorial," which included larger windows and carved woodwork. Santa Fe has been nicknamed "City Different" because the Spanish/Pueblo Style makes the city look completely different than anywhere else in the country. Today, Santa Fe has changed and evolved, but it still retains its unique architecture.

Visitors can take a walk along Canyon Road, an old Indian trail, and witness homes dating back to the 1700s with many samples of Santa Fe's one-of-a-kind style.

Santa Fe, which is the capital of the New Mexico, has many neighborhoods, each having its own distinct features:


In addition to a number of charter schools, Santa Fe has an off-the-reservation school, Santa Fe Indian School, specifically designated for Native American students. Santa Fe is also home to six private college-preparatory high schools:

There are two public high schools in Santa Fe:

Liberal arts colleges in Santa Fe include:


Chosen by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2005, Santa Fe is one of only nine cities in the world to be labeled a Creative City. Santa Fe has professional and community theaters, a children's theater, ballet, and even an opera.

Santa Fe also has over a dozen museums covering a variety of themes:


With 325 days of sunshine a year, there are plenty of outdoor activities to do in Santa Fe. They include:



There are a number of free-standing shops located in and around the city. The four major malls of Santa Fe include:


Just North of Santa Fe are various Indian pueblos, some dating back to the 1300s:

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