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Because it is such an old city, Santa Fe, New Mexico is host to many attractions which revolve around its rich cultural past. Chief among the historical attractions are the San Miguel Mission (the country's oldest church), the Bandelier National Monument and the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi. Older and perhaps even more impressive than these structures are the views surrounding them. The Santa Fe area is home to several parks where residents and guests alike may go to gain a better appreciation of the region's beautiful nature; the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, the Black Canyon Trail and New Mexico's highest peak, Santa Fe Baldy, are only a few examples of popular locations which offer an unforgettable aesthetic experience.



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Though Santa Fe, New Mexico is the oldest capital city in the United States, it offers many modern homes to buyers scouring the area for their perfect place amid the warmth of the southwest. Several single-family homes are settled among the beautiful desert atmosphere, and those searching for a more urban and compact home may find several types of apartments and condominiums closer to the center of the city. Regardless of the size of the house chosen, buyers may rest assured that they are receiving a modern and stylish home in which to build their futures.
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