The Santuario de Guadalupe is an excellent example of Spanish Colonial architecture with adobe walls that measure three to ... More
Santuario de Guadalupe
The Santuario de Guadalupe is an excellent example of Spanish Colonial architecture with adobe walls that measure three to five feet thick. Built in the late 1700s, the building has since been restored to its original glory. Mass is still held here once a month. Inside the sanctuary is a beautiful altar painting done in 1783 by Jose de Alzibar, a famous Mexican artist. The Santuario hosts a number of cultural events throughout the year including art shows and musical programs.
Since the 1880s, people have been riding the railway between Santa Fe and Lamy. The was a point when this
was the primary means of transportation between the two towns. Now, however, the daily trips have become a popular ...
Sitting above Santa Fe at 12,000 feet, this 600 acre ski basin has 43 well groomed trails and five lifts.
With an average snowfall of 225 inches and snowmaking capabilities, there are very few bad seasons at this popular ...
The Santa Fe National Cemetery sits on a scenic hillside and overlooks much of Santa Fe. The rows of white
crosses climbing the manicured lawns are truly a sight to behold. The oldest grave markers denote the final resting ...