In Santa Fe, experience art, culture, more for free

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In Santa Fe, experience art, culture, more for free

St. Francis Cathedral is one of many historic churches and missions in Santa Fe. In addition to being one of the city’s most photographed landmarks, Pope Benedict XVI in 2005 declared the cathedral the Southwest’s cradle of Catholicism.
Canyon Road is home to more than 100 fine art galleries and studios that welcome visitors for free. The galleries feature everything from antiques to traditional Hispanic and Native art and international folk art.
A national historic landmark, the plaza has served as the commercial, social and political center of Santa Fe since the early 1600s. It plays host to art markets through the year and is home to the Palace of the Governors, the nation’s oldest continuously occupied public building.
Native American artists sell their wares under the portal in front of the Palace of the Governors in the historic plaza in Santa Fe, N.M.

In Santa Fe, experience art, culture, more for free

St. Francis Cathedral is one of many historic churches and missions in Santa Fe. In addition to being one of the city’s most photographed landmarks, Pope Benedict XVI in 2005 declared the cathedral the Southwest’s cradle of Catholicism.
Canyon Road is home to more than 100 fine art galleries and studios that welcome visitors for free. The galleries feature everything from antiques to traditional Hispanic and Native art and international folk art.
A national historic landmark, the plaza has served as the commercial, social and political center of Santa Fe since the early 1600s. It plays host to art markets through the year and is home to the Palace of the Governors, the nation’s oldest continuously occupied public building.
Native American artists sell their wares under the portal in front of the Palace of the Governors in the historic plaza in Santa Fe, N.M.
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