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Let Taos seduce you

History, art and hot springs in northern N.M.
Workers apply mud to the San Francisco de Asis Church in Ranchos de Taos, N.M., as part of a nearly 200-year-old annual ritual. The historic church was made famous by the paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe and the photographs of Ansel Adams and Paul Strand.
Tres Piedras, a colony of self-sustaining homes near Taos, looks like spaceships embedded in the scenic landscape. The community, 70 homes made of recycled material, is headquarters of one of the early leaders in the sustainable building movement, Earthship Biotecture.
Dubbed “hippie holes” by locals, Stagecoach Hot Springs near Taos is a year-round destination.
Thousands of people attend the Independence Day parade in Arroyo Seco near Taos.

Let Taos seduce you

Workers apply mud to the San Francisco de Asis Church in Ranchos de Taos, N.M., as part of a nearly 200-year-old annual ritual. The historic church was made famous by the paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe and the photographs of Ansel Adams and Paul Strand.
Tres Piedras, a colony of self-sustaining homes near Taos, looks like spaceships embedded in the scenic landscape. The community, 70 homes made of recycled material, is headquarters of one of the early leaders in the sustainable building movement, Earthship Biotecture.
Dubbed “hippie holes” by locals, Stagecoach Hot Springs near Taos is a year-round destination.
Thousands of people attend the Independence Day parade in Arroyo Seco near Taos.
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