Santa Fe history

  • A Guide to Santa Fe’s Historic Attractions

    A Guide to Santa Fe’s Historic Attractions

    Santa Fe, once the seat of power for the Spanish Empire north of the Rio Grande, is the oldest capital city in North America and the oldest European community west of the Mississippi.  Accordingly, Santa Fe is also the location […]

     
  • Indian Pueblo Feast Days

    Indian Pueblo Feast Days

    American Indians lived on the lands of modern-day New Mexico long before Spanish settlement in the 1500’s.  With such a long history in these lands, the Native American’s timeless traditions, arts and beliefs continue to enrich the state today, and […]

     
  • The Railyard

    The Railyard

    The Railyard History The Railyard, located on Guadalupe between Montezuma and Cerrillos Rd., has long been a focal point for transportation in Santa Fe.  Over 100 years ago, in the year 1880, the Santa Fe Railway Company pulled its first train into […]

     
  • Explore the rich tapestry of Santa Fe history

    Explore the rich tapestry of Santa Fe history

    History lovers rejoice!  Santa Fe is not only an amazing cultural destination, it also has a rich tapestry of history woven throughout its 400 years of existence.  Yes, you read that right.  At 400 years old, Santa Fe is our […]

     
 
 
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