Santa Fe Plaza Photos

Sitting at the heart of old Santa Fe, NM, the Plaza park is ringed by the Palace of the Governors (1610-12), The New Mexico Museum of Art (1917), a number of heritage buildings in the New Mexico Territorial Style and Adobe Revival styles.

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Santa Fe Plaza looking to Cathedral. Santa Fe, NM.Santa Fe Plaza center of town life. Santa Fe, NM.Activities on Santa Fe Plaza. Santa Fe, NM.Civil War Memorial on Santa Fe Plaza remembers federal heroes who fell at Battle of Valverde. Santa Fe, NM.
Santa Fe Plaza looking to Cathedral. Santa Fe, NM.Santa Fe Plaza center of town life. Santa Fe, NM.Activities on Santa Fe Plaza. Santa Fe, NM.Civil War Memorial on Santa Fe Plaza remembers federal heroes who fell at Battle of Valverde (Feb. 21, 1862). Santa Fe, NM.
Planter with flowers & corn on Santa Fe Plaza. Santa Fe, NM.Palace of the Governors New Mexico's former capitol is now the New Mexico History Museum. Santa Fe, NM.El Palacio Real or Palace of the Governors was seat of Government under Spanish, Mexican & Americans making it the oldest public building in USA. Santa Fe, NM.Palace of the Governors hosts native artists selling arts and crafts. Santa Fe, NM.
Planter with flowers & corn on Santa Fe Plaza. Santa Fe, NM.Palace of the Governors (1610-12) New Mexico's former capitol (on Santa Fe Plaza) is now the New Mexico History Museum. Santa Fe, NM. El Palacio Real or Palace of the Governors was seat of Government under Spanish, Mexican & Americans (1610-1910) making it the oldest public building in USA. Santa Fe, NM.Palace of the Governors hosts native artists selling arts and crafts. Santa Fe, NM.
Public Library entrance adjacent to Palace of the Governors. Santa Fe, NM.Catron Block. Santa Fe, NM.Catron Block over streetlight & flowers. Santa Fe, NM.St. Francis Cathedral at end of East San Francisco St. Santa Fe, NM.
Public Library entrance adjacent to Palace of the Governors. Santa Fe, NM.Catron Block (1891) (on Santa Fe Plaza). Santa Fe, NM. Style: Italianate.Catron Block (1891) over streetlight & flowers. Santa Fe, NM.St. Francis Cathedral at end of East San Francisco St. Santa Fe, NM.
Pueblo-style towers of New Mexico Museum of Art. Santa Fe, NM.New Mexico Museum of Art replicated the New Mexico pavilion for Panama-California Exposition in San Diego also by Rapp & Rapp. Santa Fe, NM.Spitz Clock moved to New Mexico Museum of Art. Santa Fe, NM.
Pueblo-style towers of New Mexico Museum of Art. Santa Fe, NM. New Mexico Museum of Art replicated the New Mexico pavilion for Panama-California Exposition (1915) in San Diego also by Rapp & Rapp. Santa Fe, NM.Spitz Clock (c1916) moved to New Mexico Museum of Art (1974). Santa Fe, NM.

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