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From Dazzling Art to Striking Vistas, Experience Something Different in Santa Fe

Get to know one of America’s most historic, artistic, and fascinating cities

For those lucky enough to find themselves in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the possibilities are endless. A rich multi-cultural history is apparent in everything from the city’s distinct architecture to the myriad flavors and spices of its cuisine—influenced by a blend of Native American, Spanish and Mexican traditions, among others. Art has also played a central role in shaping the city’s cultural character, spanning from traditional crafts to contemporary works by world-renowned artists, like Georgia O’Keeffe. The area’s majestic topography and stunning vistas continue to beckon to intrepid travelers.

Nicknamed the “City Different”, explore why Santa Fe is a city unlike any other. From its legendary history and culture to its dazzling art and gallery scene to its award-winning cuisine, read on to learn how Santa Fe is a destination that delights in its contrasts.

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