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Santa Fe, NM - Homes for Sale and Community Info
As the capital of the state, Santa Fe is New Mexico's fourth largest city. With more than 67,000 people living here, the town is full of excitement, attractions, restaurants and more for all those who make this place their home. Enjoy the lush weather, historic buildings and more as you make your way around the town.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico is the oldest capital city in North America and also the oldest European city west of the Mississippi. The "Kingdom of New Mexico" was first claimed for Spain by the conquistador Don Francisco Vasques de Coronado in 1540. From 1607 to 1692 Spanish soldiers and officials, as well as Franciscan missionaries, tried to conquer and convert the Pueblo Indians of the region.
Pueblo Indians revolted against the estimated 2,500 Spanish colonists in New Mexico, and occupied Santa Fe until 1692, when Don Diego de Vargas reconquered the region for Spain. When Mexico gained its independence from Spain by 1822, Santa Fe became the capital of the province of New Mexico. In 1848, Mexico signed the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, giving New Mexico (including what we now call Arizona) and California to the United States. New Mexico gained statehood in 1912.
If you are looking for something fun and exciting to do outside, head over to the New Wave Rafting Company and have a great time. Enjoy taking a ride down the river with this fabulous company.
Take a tour with the Palace of the Governors. Every weekend you can head over to the palace and embark upon an amazing tour around the historic district. You will be able to gaze upon all of the buildings throughout the district and learn a great deal about them along the way. Children and adults will have a great time learning all about the buildings around the town in which they live.
Parks and Recreation
For those who are looking for something relaxing to do for the day, head out to Hyde Memorial State Park, Hillside Park, Cathedral Park or the Museum of New Mexico. Regardless of where you live in town, a park is always nearby for you to head out and enjoy.
From a cooking class to the 30th Annual Antique Ethnographic Art Show, you will find a number of different events that take place around the town. Make sure to check it out and see what all you can find to do right here in one convenient location.
Santa Fe: A Desert Jewel Calling You Home
Regardless of what it is that you want in a home, you are sure to find it in Santa Fe. The
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