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Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe

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The Palace of the Governors (Spanish: Palacio de los Gobernadores) (1610) is an adobe structure located on Palace Avenue on the Plaza of Santa Fe, New Mexico, between Lincoln Avenue and Washington Avenue. It is within the Santa Fe Historic District and it served as the seat of government for the state of New Mexico for centuries. The Palace of the Governors is the oldest continuously occupied public building in the United States.

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  • This building has so much history, Unfortunately due to Covid all of the museums are closed, but just walking around and reading about the place was amazing.  more »
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  • NOTE!! CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO RENOVATIONS! We visited the first weekend in Aug 2019. We were able to see the back side and courtyard and the printing press room by buying admission at the New Mexico History Museum located behind the Palace. We enjoyed looking at the building outside and especially enjoyed seeing the Native American artisans selling their beautiful jewelry along the walk on the plaza.
  • This place is CLOSED until “early 2020.” It’s a wonderful place for young and old to enjoy and learn about early New Mexico.

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