New Mexico State Monuments
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|Facility:||New Mexico State Monuments|
|Description:||How often have you seen a Native American kiva next to a 16th century Spanish colonial church, gained a glimpse of military fort life, or walked through an historic town little changed from the 1800s?
The six New Mexico State Monuments allow for exactly such unique experiences, and allow the visitor to discover the diverse history and prehistory of the state - all within a few hours drive by car.
Our State Monuments include: Coronado State Monument, Fort Selden State Monument, Jemez State Monument, Lincoln,
Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner State Monument, and El Camino Real International Heritage Center. Each monument tells a unique story, important to the understanding of New Mexico history.
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