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Loretto Chapel Staircase, Santa Fe, NM, USA -- Blue Rose Photography, Travel & Leisure magazine online.  Entirely self-supporting, no central column, and wooden pegs rather than nails.  Built by an unknown carpenter who built it, then disappeared without pay.

Loretto Chapel Staircase, Santa Fe, NM A masterpiece—and mystery—of woodworking, this spiral structure is entirely self-supporting, without any central column to provide stability and with wooden pegs instead of nails.

Santa Fe Bite (formerly Bobcat Bite) - home of the famous green chile cheeseburger.  Santa Fe NM

From the original makers of the famous Santa Fe green chile cheeseburgers at the former Bobcat Bite, Bonnie & John Eckre have opened in their new restaurant in downtown Santa Fe - The Santa Fe Bite.

Opened in 2008, the Railyard District of Sante Fe, New Mexico, is now home to 11 contemporary galleries, a 10-acre park, and a farmers market. (From: 50 Cities Every American Should See!)

50 cities every American should see (yup, one in every state!)

Santa Fe New Mexico - Opened in the Railyard District of Sante Fe, New Mexico, is now home to 11 contemporary galleries, a park, and a farmers market.

Santa Fe Railyard : the new gathering place for all of Santa Fe’s citizens and its visitors.

Santa Fe Railyard - venue for Farmer's, Artisan, music, gallery shows

Santa Fe, NM -- Saturday Market in old Sante Fe. Gorgeous, romantic, town that I always go back to. Each Saturday locals come into the square and sell their wares on blankets. Beautiful silver and turquoise jewelry, pottery, leather goods, etc.

Santa Fe, NM -- Saturday Market in old Sante Fe. Each Saturday locals come into the square and sell their wares on blankets. Beautiful silver and turquoise jewelry, pottery, leather goods, etc.

The Jemez Mountains, New Mexico

✭ A peaceful landscape stretches to the horizon - Ralph Lee Hopkins - Santa Fe, New Mexico (Looks like this was taken near Ghost Ranch - Pedernal in the background?

Kakawa Chocolate House    1050 E. Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501 (Downtown)

Kakawa Chocolate House 1050 E. Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501 They have yummy aztec hot chocolate!

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