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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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Fall for these 10 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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Burn Zozobra and Our 2021 Gloom

For 97 years, Santa Fe's original burning man Zozobra, a 50-foot tall, storied marionette, has been built anew. And each year he is stuffed with thousands of "glooms"––bad habits, hurt feelings, love letters, divorce papers, photos, speeding tickets––all placed on paper to go up in smoke when this…

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The History Buff's Guide to Santa Fe

If history is what you’re after, Santa Fe has got it in spades. Known as the oldest capital city in the country, Santa Fe is literally bursting at the seams with it. Tucked into the crevices of one-story adobe structures, served in the form of red and green chile, painted on stretched canvases;…

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5 of Santa Fe's Best November Events

November always brings an opportunity to take a deep breath and appreciate the wonders of the season. Here in Santa Fe, we are grateful for the beauty of the mountains and the many diverse experiences that are available. Join us in discovering a few of Santa Fe’s best November events…

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Dia de los Muertos in Santa Fe

Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is a holiday that has been celebrated on November 1–2 in Mexico for many years and has gained a following recently in New Mexico. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember loved ones who have passed on, and help support…

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