Palace of the Governors
The Palace of the Governors (Spanish: Palacio de los Gobernadores) is an adobe structure built in the Territorial Style of Pueblo architecture on Palace Avenue in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Located within the Santa Fe Historic District along the Santa Fe Plaza between Lincoln and Washington avenues, it has served as the seat of government for New Mexico for centuries, having been established as the capitol building of Nuevo México in 1610.
|Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi (Santa Fe) (0.1 miles)|
Loretto Chapel (0.2 miles)
Cross of the Martyrs (0.4 miles)
Santa Fe Railyard (0.9 miles)
Ruins Trail of Pecos (16.8 miles)
|Bandelier National Monument (22.2 miles)|
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument (24.1 miles)
Jemez East River Slot Canyon (37.8 miles)
Elena Gallegos Open Space (47.2 miles)
Boca Negra Canyon (57 miles)
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Palace of the Governors, 105 W Palace Ave
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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