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Santa Fe National Cemetery, Santa Fe

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Santa Fe National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery in the city of Santa Fe, in Santa Fe County, New Mexico. It encompasses 84.3 acres (34.1 ha), and as of 2021, had 68,000 interments. Administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, it is one of two national cemeteries in New Mexico (the other being Fort Bayard). It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.
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  • The cemetary is not in the best condition but the memorial to the Veterans was quite moving. It is a beautiful tribute to the fallen. 
    The cemetary is not in the best condition but the memorial to the Veterans was quite moving. It is a beautiful tribute to the fallen.  more »
  • We would have never visited this awe-inspiring National Cemetery if it had not been featured on Ana Pacheco's tour. Historic and poignant. A tribute to many who died. 
    We would have never visited this awe-inspiring National Cemetery if it had not been featured on Ana Pacheco's tour. Historic and poignant. A tribute to many who died.  more »
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  • Well kept, busy cemetery for US veterans and their spouses. Info center staffed from 8am to 4 pm.
  • We were in Santa Fe as tourists for a few days and on our way out of town when we were surprised to spot this stunning cemetery on our way out of town, glowing like a jewel in the early morning sunlight. We had never visited a veterans cemetery before but wanted to stop in and pay our respects and say a prayer for all the service men and women who had served our country and were laid to rest here. The park is so beautiful with immaculate grounds and gently rolling hills studded with healthy trees. The groundskeepers were at work keeping everything neat and tidy. The peace was amazing. I have no loved ones resting there but can see it is a very lovely place for families to visit their loved ones and know that even I’d death they are well cared for and respected.

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