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Santa Fe National Historic Trail, Santa Fe

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  • Located at the corner of Old Santa Fe Trail and Lejo (at the Museum Hill marker), there is a larger than life bronze sculpture of the first in a mule-pulled wagon train caravan, struggling to make it ...  more »
  • We bought Mark Simmons' SFT guide and used it on our drive from northeastern Kansas to Santa Fe along the Mountain Route. We enjoyed many of the sites along the way, especially those administered by t...  more »
  • We had rain Albuquerque but then Santa Fe is absolutely an extraordinarily pretty city, exotic and for art lovers, a gold mine. The national historic Trail will make you discover a journey in the footsteps of the different successive conquests with the history of the United States, but also the arrival of a french Bishop Jean Baptiste Lamy in the beginning of the 1920s to participated in the construction of buildings and churches which is directly inspired by our Lady and whose name escapes me during the writing of my opinion. Do not miss this trip to the splendid and start by Albuquerque because in my opinion, Santa Fe is a prettier notch.
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