Living in Santa Fe - Resources & Information
Santa Fe, New Mexico is nestled in the foothills of the spectacular Sangre de Cristo Mountains, at the southern tip of the Rocky Mountains. At an altitude of over 7,000 feet, the city enjoys mild days and cool nights, with an average of 300 sunny days a year throughout the temperate four seasons. Santa Fe is situated among mountains that reach over 12,000 ft. and is surrounded by a beautiful landscape of National Forest, towering mountains, deep canyons and colorful deserts. Santa Fe is the oldest state capital in the US, founded in 1610. The city's unique Spanish Colonial and Pueblo-style architecture is famous across the globe. It's a city that embraces its natural environment unlike any other in the United States. A city whose unique adobe architecture blends in with the high desert landscape. With a population of just over 68,000, Santa Fe has become one of America's great art, culture and culinary capitals. It's no wonder that Santa Fe is called "The City Different". From the pinon studded hills to the towering snowcapped peaks, Santa Fe's light will inspire and captivate you.
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