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For a complete trip in United States, you should definitely visit the state of New Mexico, that is famous for its colourful and interesting flat-roofed houses and for its natural beauty. New Mexico also boats several of natural attractions, and cultural monuments, that lives you astonished with a lot of nice memories. You will be deeply surprized by the customs and the culture of the state, from outdoor activities and ancient dwellings to its amazing parks and famous museums.
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White Sands National Monument

   One of the most impressionant place in New Mexico is the White Sands National Monument. For thousands of years this area, because of the powerful wind , there has deposited the gypsum powder, brought from the San Andre Mountains, that are located nearby. This white sand was washed down by the water from the rains and have deposited in the Lake Lucero, situated a few miles southwest, forming an amazing huge surface of white dunes, covering a area of about 275 square miles. Mo...

El Morro National Monument

   El Morro National monument is the most beautiful geographical area in New Mexico, located on the west side of the state. This sandstone monolith zone is also known as “Inscription Rock”, as all the travelers and visitors have graved their names, and memories on its smooth face. This large rock has been a part of the monument for seven hundred years. During the time the tourist  left their stories and inscriptions that can be seen even today. El Morro comes f...

Chaco Canion National Historic Park

   Chaco Canion National Historic Park is a very old park, that preserves the rich culture for a very old society. The Pueblo Indians were the most important inhabitants of the region, and their ancient houses can even be compared with the cities of our days. It represents a really preserved place that keeps its glorious history with nice memories. The Chaco village is situated on the northwestern side of the New Mexico, and has the largest, with the best preserved ancient cust...

Taos Pueblo

   Taos Pueblo is located in small valley near Rio Grande. The pueblo includes several ancient ceremonial centers and houses which represent the culture of the pre-historic Anasazi Indian tribes that used to live here near Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado. The pueblo appeared around the year of 1400, being the most preserved pueblos in the Northern New Mexico. Taos Pueblo served as a center of the Native America culture since the 17th century, being the symbol of the Indian ...

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

   New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science will give to visitors the opportunity to admire a truly majestic natural history of about 12 billion of years ago, starting with the appearance of the Universe to our days. It opens displayes with stones and gems, following with the “Age Of Giants”exhibit, where are displayed skeletons of the real dinosaur. The museum was founded in 1986 and includes an permanent exhibit hall, which relate an fascinating journey th...

Carlsbad Caverns National Park

   Carlsbad Caverns National Park is a gorgeous and beautiful  park, famous for its underground caverns and for its deepest limestone cave, which lies for about a mile below the level of the earth. Carlsbad Caverns National Park was first inaugurated as a national monument in 1923. Later ,in 1930 was recognized as a national park, also designated as a World Heritage Site, in 1995. The park was meant to preserve the Carlsbad cavern and other mysterious underground caves, da...

Albuquerque Biological Park

   Albuquerque Biological Park is a exciting recreational environment in New Mexico, that represents even an educational center for the visitors. This park consists of large recreational areas, this are: Albuquerque Aquarium, the Rio Grande Botanic Garden and Tingley Beach, that together for the Albuquerque Biological Park, including their own facilities. The park features a variety of activities perfect for education and for recreation. This park offers great environmental spo...

St.Francis Cathedral

   St.Francis Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral in Downtown of the city of Santa Fe, being the mother church for Archdiocese of Santa Fe,  New Mexico. Built initially by the Italian and French masons in 1800 on the site of the two old churches. St.Francis Cathedral represents a old chapel that was built in 1714, in the same being a cathedral, finally completed in 1887. The beautiful stained-glass windows of the cathedral are depicting those 12 apostles. This impossan...

Christ in the Desert Monastery

   Monastery Christ in the Desert is located in Chama Canion, an amazing landscape, in the northwestern New Mexico, 53 miles at South from Chama. This monastery is a refuge for men and women where one by one can isolate from the busy society, and find the peace and silence that they really need. The Christ in the Desert Monastery is a Roman Catholic Benedictine monastery, which was established in 1964 by Fr.Aelred Wall OSB, a future monk in the monastery. The structure was desi...


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