A large artistic community thrives in Santa Fe.
Santa Fe (Navajo: Yootу) is the capital city of the U.S. state of New Mexico.
The public schools in Santa Fe are operated by Santa Fe Public Schools, with two major high schools, Santa Fe High School and Capital High School.
Santa Fe (literally "holy faith" in Spanish) had a population of 62,203 according to the April 1, 2000 United States census.
Walker Percy lived on a dude ranch outside of Santa Fe before returning to Louisiana to begin his literary career.
The first aeroplane to fly over Santa Fe was piloted by Rose Dugan, carrying Vera von Blumenthal as passenger.
The City of Santa Fe is a charter city, meaning it is governed according to its own charter document rather than by state, provincial, regional or national laws.
In August, the city hosts the annual Santa Fe Indian Market, which is the oldest and largest juried Native American art showcase in the world.
Santa Fe has had an association with science and technology since 1943 when the town served as the gateway to Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), a 45 minute drive from the city.
Santa Fe is a city of the past and of the future.
Don Juan de Oсate became the first Governor and Captain-General of New Mexico and established his capital in 1598 at San Juan Pueblo, 25 miles (40 km) north of Santa Fe.
Together they began the development of the Pueblo Indian pottery industry, a major contribution to the founding of the annual Santa Fe Indian Market.
The city has six private college preparatory high schools, Santa Fe Waldorf School k-12St.
In 1851, Jean Baptiste Lamy arrived in Santa Fe and began construction of Saint Francis Cathedral.
The city of Santa Fe was founded by Don Pedro de Peralta, New Mexico's third Spanish governor.
Settled by Spain and heavily influenced by its years as a Mexican city, Santa Fe is a unique blend of Native American, Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo-Saxon cultures.
Santa Fe was the capital of Nuevo Mйxico, a province of New Spain explored by Francisco Vбsquez de Coronado and established in 1515.
In 1912, New Mexico became the United States of America's 47th state, with Santa Fe as its capital city.
Santa Fe is popular with visitors in early autumn when the aspens in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains turn yellow and the skies are clear and blue.
The city boasts numerous private elementary schools as well, including Rio Grande School, Desert Montessori School, La Mariposa Montessori, Santa Fe School for the Arts, and The Tara School.
Santa Fe is characterized by cool winters and warm summers.
Known as the Santa Fe Expedition, the force was poorly prepared and was easily repelled by the Mexican army.
The average temperature in Santa Fe ranges from a low of 14°F (-10°C) to a high of 40°F (4°C) in winter, low of 55°F (13°C) to a high of 86°F (30°C) in summer.
In 1984, the Vatican was added by UNESCO to the List of World Heritage Sites; it is the only one to consist of an entire country.
After stipulating to Hrothgar what should be done in the event of his death, Beowulf then dives into the lake to do battle with Grendel's mother.
Santa Fe's ski area, Ski Santa Fe, is about 16 miles (26 km) north of the city.
Michael's High School, Desert Academy, New Mexico School For The Deaf, Santa Fe Secondary School, and Santa Fe Preparatory School.
Santa Fe receives 2-3 inches (50-75 mm) of rain per month in summer and about 5 inches (13 cm) of snow per month in winter.
In 1841, a small military and trading expedition set out from Austin, Texas, with the goal of gaining control over the Santa Fe Trail.
The "Leopard of Rudraprayag" and the "Panar Leopard" were both killed by the legendary hunter Jim Corbett.
Santa Fe was originally envisioned as an important stop on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.