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Día de Muertos in Santa Fe

Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos and Día de Muertos, is a traditional holiday celebrated in Mexico on November 1 and 2. Intended to be a joyful occasion of remembrance, the holiday focuses on gathering family and friends to honor and pray for loved ones who have passed on, and to help support…

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Fall for these 11 October Events in Santa Fe

Shhh! Here’s a little secret: October is one of the best times of year to visit Santa Fe. Temperatures drop and the crowds dissipate, a “secret season” visit allows you take part in some of the city’s most exciting happenings. So here are the must-see events and activities in The City Different…

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Santa Fe Celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day

Santa Fe has a profound connection with the Native Pueblo people of Northern New Mexico. Built on Indigenous Peoples' homelands and villages, Santa Fe has always been a diverse, culturally and historically rich community, and is deeply proud of the prolific contributions that its first peoples…

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11 surprising facts about Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe nicknamed itself The City Different in the early 1900s, fully aware and proud of its uniqueness, but its story stretches back to the 1600s, giving this Southwestern hub multiple centuries to grow into its imaginative, artistic self. Today, The City Different continues to be proud—of…

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Strike A Yoga Pose While In Santa Fe

The City Different attracts seekers of all kinds and many come to draw and bathe in the energy from our ancient pueblos and sacred ruins, vast starry skies, restorative hot springs, and awe-inspiring natural surroundings. Santa Fe’s clean air, abundant outdoor recreation, and farm-fresh food attract…

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25 Things to do in Santa Fe

Reawaken your soul in Santa Fe, New Mexico. With 320+ days of sunshine, enchanting forests, award-winning cuisine, 250 galleries and an array of museums and immersive art experiences, as well as a emphasis on self-care and relaxation, there’s no better place to reinvigorate your senses and…

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Explore the Cultural Legacy of Chimayó

The allure of a spiritual journey brings the quiet streets of El Potrero to life each Holy Week. Centuries of tradition guide the footsteps and nurture the spirit of pilgrims who trek to the Santuario de Chimayó every year. The sacred journey has a way of tuning you in to the most important things…

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