The Northeast of Santa Fe, within city limits, combines the pleasures of quiet living with the conveniences of location. On every tree-lined street are examples of newer, award-winning architecture and well-established, older adobes. In addition to the famous Plaza, this area includes all the land reaching up to the Jemez and the Sandias. Newer developments appear on your left and right as you climb in altitude into the tree-studded Sangre de Christos. Historically this area was for many years the center of life in Santa Fe. On one side of the Plaza stretches the Palace of the Governors. Constructed in the early 17th century as Spain’s seat of government, the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe chronicles and documents the history of the city, as well as New Mexico and the region. Stroll down East Palace Avenue past galleries, shops and lovely hotels.
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