Santa Fe, New Mexico: Palace of the Governors & Plaza

Palace of the Governors is the the oldest public building and oldest open market in the United States. This adobe complex was originally home to New Mexico’s first Spanish governor in 1610; was occupied by Pueblo Indians following their Revolt in 1680; and after 1846 became the seat of the US Territory’s earliest governors.

The Palace is located just off the Santa Fe Plaza which has been the center of old Santa Fe for over 400 years. It first It is at the northern end of the Camino Real coming from Mexico and is also a stopping point along the famous Santa Fe Trail.

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