Top Tourist Attractions in Taos – New Mexico

Top Tourist Attractions in Taos – New Mexico

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3 Popular Attractions In New Mexico

  • Carlsbad Caverns National Park: National park in southern New Mexico.
  • New Mexico Facts:

    • Grants was at one time known as the “Carrot capital of the country” until the process of cellophane wrapping began and California took over title. More recently Grants has been known as the “Uranium capital of the world” and produced the bulk of the nation’s uranium supply during the post-World War II and Cold War era.
    • To a certain degree New Mexico’s Indian Reservations function as states within a state where tribal law may supersede state law.
    • 1 out of 4 workers in New Mexico work directly for the Federal Government. State and local governments are also major employers.
    • It’s one of the youngest American states.
    Albuquerque, New Mexico
    City of Albuquerque
    Official seal of Albuquerque, New Mexico


    ABQ, Burque, The 505, The Duke City, The Q

    Interactive map of Albuquerque

    35°06′39″N 106°36′36″W / 35.11083°N 106.61000°W / 35.11083; -106.61000Coordinates: 35°06′39″N 106°36′36″W / 35.11083°N 106.61000°W / 35.11083; -106.61000 Country United States State New Mexico County Bernalillo Founded 1706 (as Alburquerque) Incorporated 1891 (as Albuquerque) Founded by Francisco Cuervo y Valdés Named for Francisco Fernández de la Cueva, Duke of Alburquerque Government

    •Type Mayor-council governmentMayor Tim Keller (D) •City Council
    State House
    State Senate
    State senators
    U.S. House Melanie Stansbury (D)
    Yvette Herrell (R) Area

    City 188.87sqmi (489.17km2) •Land 187.19sqmi (484.81km2) •Water 1.68sqmi (4.36km2) Elevation

    5,312ft (1,619.1m) Population

    City 564,559 •Rank 32nd in the United States
    1st in New Mexico •Density 3,015.97/sqmi (1,164.50/km2) •Metro

    916,528 (61st) Demonyms Albuquerquean,
    Burqueño[4] Time zone UTC−7 (MST) •Summer (DST) UTC−6 (MDT) ZIP Codes
    87101–87125, 87131,
    87151, 87153, 87154,
    87158, 87174, 87176,
    87181, 87184, 87185,
    87187, 87190–87199
    Area codes 505 FIPS code 35-02000 GNIS feature ID 928679 Primary Airport Albuquerque International Sunport
    ABQ (Major/International) Secondary Airport Double Eagle II Airport
    KAEG (Public) Website Edit this at Wikidata

    Top Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Taos – New Mexico:
    Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, Millicent Rogers Museum, San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church, Taos Pueblo, The Low Road From Taos and Santa Fe, Taos Plaza, Wild Rivers Recreation Area, Taos Art Museum, Earthship Biotecture World Headquarters and Visitor Center, Kit Carson Home & Museum, Williams Lake, Harwood Museum of Art

    2 thoughts on “Top Tourist Attractions in Taos – New Mexico

    1. I live in Albuquerque and love it here, once I found my home by D.R.Horton I set about making this home and now I want to travel around the state and really check it all out, and Taos looks so beautiful! Thanks for the post.

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