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Historic Santa Fe Foundation [NM]

The Historic Santa Fe Foundation operates eight historic sites within Santa Fe, New Mexico. Most of these are leased as private residences or as businesses. The pre-1850 Spanish Pueblo and Territorial-style El Zaguán was once the home of a prosperous merchant. It now serves primarily as an apartment building, but also includes an exhibit area. The Cross of the Martyrs is a monument to the dead of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, in which the Pueblo people rebelled against Spanish colonists.

The foundation offers exhibits.

 
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