New Map Mexico

 New Map Mexico

New Mexico Flag Formally adopted in the 1920s, the flag of New Mexico has a yellow background with a red sun, the symbol of Zia, in the center.

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Explore the map of New Mexico, located in the southwestern region of the United States. New Mexico is the 5th expansive state of the country. This is also the 36th most populous state in the US and as of 2016, New Mexico shares borders with the US states of Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, and Utah. The state also shares international borders with Mexico. Santa Fe is the capital city of New Mexico, while Albuquerque is the state's largest city. New Mexico, before it is a small bang's it is call is New Mexico Territory, was loaded into the Union on January 6, 1912, as the 47th state.

History of New Mexico
Evidence of the earliest human existence in what is now known as New Mexico, are sandians found near Albuquerque in the Sandia Cave. Then, around (10000-500) BC, the Cochise arrived and started growing corn, beans and squash in southwestern New Mexico.

The advent of agriculture led to the entry of the ancient Pueblo Indians. They settled along the upper Rio Grande River and its tributaries and built a thriving sedentary culture around the 13th century AD.

Around 1528-1536, Cabeza de Vaca, along with Estevan, Moor and two others, entered Culiacdn, after crossing present-day southern New Mexico. It was them who started the gossip about golden cities, which were later identified by Fray Marcos de Niza as Cibola's Seven Golden Cities, also known as the mythical Seven Golden Cities. Rumors prompted Francisco Vasquez de Coronado to begin a search around (1540-42) to find these golden cities. Then the term Nuevo Mexico appeared.

After more than 50 years, Juan de Onate entered Mexico with a number of Spanish settlers and soldiers and more than 7,000 livestock. He then established the first Spanish settlement on 11 July 1598 in New Mexico. The settlement was named San Juan de los Caballeros and is located on the Rio Grande bordered by Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo. Onate went on to become the first governor of Santa Fe de Nuevo Mexico, the new province. Santa Fe was eventually established and declared the capital of New Mexico in 1610.

A number of Apache revolts (indigenous North Americans from the southwest) in 1676 and then the Pueblos in 1680 gradually drove the Spanish out of New Mexico. The Spaniards did not dare to return until their control over the place was reestablished by a Diego de Vargas Zapata campaign in 1692. The 18th century saw the development of blankets. farming, farming and mining and this paved the way for the development of Spanish culture in New Mexico that still persists.

New Mexico became a region of Mexico, after Mexico became independent from Spain in 1821.

In 1846, the Mexican-American War began, in which Stephen W. Kearny annexed New Mexico into the United States. Meanwhile, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, ending the US-Mexico War. After the events of war and treaty, Mexico surrendered to the US southwest and California to the United States. On September 9, 1850, the US government established the Territory of New Mexico that included present-day Arizona, New Mexico and parts of Colorado. The territory was later expanded in 1853 through the Purchase of Gadsden. In 1862 the battles of Velarde de and Glorieta Pass ended coalition in New Mexico.

On 6 January 1912, Congress declared New Mexico the 47th state in the Union. Geography

New Mexico is spread over a total area of ​​121,412 square miles. The state borders Colorado to the north, Arizona to the west, Texas and Oklahoma to the east. To the south, New Mexico has international borders with Mexico while the eastern two-thirds border Texas. Wheeler Peak 13,161 feet above sea level is the highest point in New Mexico and the Red Bluff Reservoir stands 2,842 feet above sea level the lowest point in New Mexico. The state's main rivers are the Rio Grande and the Pecos, while the main lakes are the Elephant Butte Reservoir, Conchas Lake and Navajo Reservoir.

There is water scarcity in New Mexico and it has a water surface area of ​​about 250 square miles. The four corners of New Mexico's northwest corner include the states of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah. This particular corner is notoriously the only point where the four states meet. Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and Albuquerque is its largest city.

The landscape of New Mexico is divided into many large plains, high plains, the Rocky Mountains, basin areas and ranges. New Mexico has an arid and semi-arid climate. The high plains, deserts and mountains have a continental and alpine climate. The highest recorded temperature in Lakewood, New Mexico was 122 degrees Fahrenheit on June 27, 1994; while the lowest recorded temperature was –50 degrees F in Gavilan on February 1, 1951.

Travel Okay
Dubbed the "enchanted land", the state has a number of picturesque tourist spots that are a feast for the eyes. New Mexico's top cities, worth mentioning in this respect, are: Santa Fe, Taos, Albuquerque, Roswell, Silver City, Las Cruces, Farmington, Los Alamos and Chimayo. New Mexico is blessed with many mountains, sand dunes, deserts and snow-covered peaks. Some of New Mexico's top tourist destinations are:

Chaco Canyon National Historical Park
Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Bandelier National Monument
The Cumbres and Toltec scenic railway
Nambe Falls
Four Corners Monument
El Malpais National Monument and Reserve
Sandia Peak tramway
National Monument Gila Cliff Dwellings
National Monument White Sa

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New Mexico Road Map
New Mexico Road Map
The New Mexico Road Map clearly indicates the several state roads and national highways passing through the state.The Interstate 25 easily connects the northern end of the state with the southern part of New Mexico. The eastern part of New Mexico is joined with the western region by Interstate 40 and Interstate 10. New Mexico had 59,927 miles of streets and public roads in 2000. The excellent roadway system of New Mexico contributes to intra- and inter-state transportation. El Camino Real is one of the most important roads that connect the other cities of New Mexico with the capital city of Santa Fe and Santa Fe Trail. According to the official data of 2000, New Mexico had 1,557,064 vehicles that were registered under the State Registration Act, which included 3,440 public buses, 729,727 automobiles, 28,554 scooters and 795,343 trucks. The New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department helps in maintaining old roads and building new roads. The prominent cities of Famington, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Deming, and Carlsbad are well connected by US Highways and Interstate Highways running through New Mexico. The New Mexico State Map serves as a useful guide for tourists and local inhabitants of the state.
New Mexico Golf Courses Map
New Mexico Golf Courses Map
The New Mexico Golf Courses Map prominently marks the several golf courses in the state. New Mexico has 98 golf courses. While some of the golf courses of New Mexico are privately owned, others are government owned. The cities of Alto, Albuquerque, Carlsbad, Santa Fe, Anthony, Las Cruces, Bernalillo, Roswell, Farmington, and Ruidoso are some well-known golfing destinations of New Mexico. Marty Sanchez Links De Santa Fe, The Club At Las Campanas, Quail Run Golf Course, and Towa Golf Course are some of the prominent golf grounds of the capital city of Santa Fe. Sandia Golf Club, Desert Greens Golf Course, Ladera Golf Course, Tanoan Country Club and Puerto Del Sol Golf Course are the main golf courses in Albuquerque. Roswell is famous for its huge golf courses of Roswell Country Club, Spring River Golf Course, and New Mexico Military Institute Golf Course. Some of the notable golf courses of Alto city are Kokopelli Club, Cree Meadows Country Club, Alto Lakes Golf and Country Club, Innsbrook Village Country Club and Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort. The New Mexico State Map indicates the accurate location of golf courses in New Mexico.
New Mexico Travel Attractions Map
New Mexico Travel Attractions Map
The major attractions in New Mexico are: Carlsbad Caverns National Park: Located near Carlsbad, New Mexico, the Carlsbad Caverns National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is home to one of the most famous cave systems in the world, the "Big Cave." It is one of the most visited places in the state. There is a wide variety of animals and birds in the cave that include raccoons, ring-tail cats, skunks, and bats. Bluewater Lake State Park: Founded in 1937, the Bluewater State Park is located in the Zuni Mountains, New Mexico. It is administered by New Mexico State Parks Division. The park offers many recreation opportunities like fishing, camping, hiking, and bird watching. There are abut sixty-eight species of birds in the park. The lake freezes in the winter months making ice fishing popular. The Museum of International Folk Art: Established in 1953, the Museum of International Folk Art is an art museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. The museum houses the world's largest collections of international folk art. It has more than 135,000 artifacts. The museum is administered by the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. The most notable exhibit in the museum is the Neutrogena Collection that consists of more than 2,500 textiles, ceramics and carvings from all over the world. White Sands National Monument: Situated in the southeastern region of New Mexico, the White Sands National Monument is one of the most spectacular sights in the state. The monument comprises the largest gypsum sand dune field in the world. The park has a rich wildlife, plant species, and geological features. It is well known for its Sunset Stroll Nature Walk held in the evenings throughout the year. El Malpais National Monument: Located in the northwestern New Mexico, the El Malpais National Monument is a historical site. It was established in 1987 and has been inhabited for over 10,000 years. The monument gets its name from the rough lava that makes up the region. The place is famous for its variety of wildlife that include golden eagles, red-tailed hawks, scorpions, spiders, bobcats, prairie falcons, great-horned owls, black bears, rattlesnakes, mule deer, elk, coyotes, and mountain lions.
Blank Map of New Mexico
Blank Map of New Mexico
Physical Map of New Mexico
Physical Map of New Mexico
Physical Map of New Mexico New Mexico is located in the southwestern region of the United States. The landscape of New Mexico is wide and varied. The landscape is characterized from deserts and broken mesas to peaks that are covered with snow. Despite that many parts of the state, especially the north, is marked by mountain wilderness. A sub-range of the Rocky Mountains, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains are located in the northern part of New Mexico and also cover the southern part of Colorado. The Wheeler Peak, with a height of 13,167 feet, is the highest point in the state. Other prominent mountains located in New Mexico are Shiprock, Valles Caldera, Mount Taylor, Baldy Mountain, and many others. Some important rivers that run through New Mexico are Pecos, Rio Grande, Gila, Canadian, and San Juan. Creosote bush, cactus, desert grasses, yucca etc can be found in the broad and semiarid plains. New Mexico shares its borders with Arizona, Texas, Colorado, Utah, and Oklahoma. New Mexico also shares its borders with the Mexican states of Chihuahua, and Sonora. The Physical Map of New Mexico will give you more information on the physical features of the state. Listed on the map are the mountain rangers, rivers and other features. It is an important guide for students, teachers and researchers. MOW.PB.13.12.2016
State Map of New Mexico
State Map of New Mexico
Also known as "Land of Enchantment", the state of New Mexico lies in the southeastern United States. The state is famous for expansive deserts, rugged flat-topped hills, the hit AMC series Breaking Bad, and cultural heritage with strong Hispanic and Native American influences. Santa Fe is the state capital while Albuquerque is the largest city in the state. Farmington, Roswell, and Rio Rancho are other cities in New Mexico worth visiting. Tourist Attractions in New Mexico Carlsbad Caverns National Park White Sands National Monument Bandelier National Monument Albuquerque Biological Park Chaco Culture National Historical Park National Museum of Nuclear Science & History Sandia Peak Tramway Valle Vidal Getting In and Around Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ) is the busiest airport in New Mexico. Amtrak's Southwest Chief, Texas Eagle, and Sunset Limited serve the state. Interstate Highways I-10, I-25, and I-40 along with U.S. Highways form a dense road network.
New Mexico State Profile
New Mexico State Profile

Where is New Mexico? New Mexico is a state located in the southwest and western regions of the United States. It is bordered by Colorado on the north; by Oklahoma and Texas on the east; by Texas and the Mexican state of Chihuahua on the south; and it borders Arizona on the west. What is the capital of New Mexico? Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico. With an area of 37.4 square miles, it is the fourth-largest city in the state. What is the largest city in New Mexico? Covering an area of 181.3 square miles, Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico, United States. The city had an estimated population of 545,852 as of the 2010 Census. How big is New Mexico? New Mexico is the fifth-largest state in the United States covering an area of 121,589 square miles. What is the nickname of New Mexico? The official nickname of New Mexico is ″Land of Enchantment.″ It was adopted in 1999. The nickname describes the scenic beauty and the rich history of the state. The words ″Land of Enchantment″ are found in automobile license plates and in state publications to promote tourism. Who are the political leaders of New Mexico? Governor - Susana Martinez Lieutenant Governor - John Sanchez When did New Mexico achieve statehood? New Mexico is the forty-seventh state of the United States; it was admitted to the Union on January 6, 1912. The state was ruled by Spain for many years. It was in 1821, following the Mexican War of Independence, that Spain gained independence from the Spanish rule and became a separate territory. It was granted statehood very late in 1912. What is the economy of New Mexico like? Major part of the revenue in New Mexico comes from the federal government; it is the largest employer in the state. New Mexico ranks third in the United States in oil and gas production. Tourism is an important driving force of the economy of the state. In 2010 New Mexico had a gross domestic product of $79.7 billion. As of August 2011, the unemployment rate in the state was 6.6%.Much of New Mexico′s income is derived its mining industry. The state leads in the production of uranium ore, potash, manganese ore, copper ore, and natural gas. What is the official language of New Mexico? New Mexico does not have any official language. Spanish and English are used for legal and administrative purposes. Navajo is an indigenous language spoken in the state. What are the main religions practiced in New Mexico? Christianity is the most widely followed religion in New Mexico. The largest denomination is the Roman Catholic Church followed by the Southern Baptist Convention, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the United Methodist Church. There are minorities of Jews and Buddhists in the state. What are the famous places in New Mexico? New Mexico is a beautiful state and is home to many unique attractions like the White Sands National Monument, Sumner Lake State Park, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Aztec Ruins National Monument, Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, and the Bandelier National Monument. The Siesta Key Beach in the state is an awesome place. What are the state symbols of New Mexico? State Animal: The black bear (Ursus americanus) is the official state animal of New Mexico; it was designated the state animal in 1963. The animal is also a state symbol in West Virginia and Louisiana. State Bird: New Mexico designated the roadrunner (Geococcyx californianus) the official state bird in 1949. It is also called the chaparral bird, and is found in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. State Flower: The blossom of the desert yucca plant was designated the official state flower of New Mexico in 1927. It was chosen by by the schoolchildren of the state and recommended by the New Mexico Federation of Women's Clubs. State Flag: The official state flag of New Mexico was adopted in 1920. It was designed by an archaeologist Dr. Harry Mera. The flag presents an ancient Sun symbol called a Zia. Yellow and red colors are used in the flag as these were the official colors of Spanish conquistadors, who traversed the state in the early sixteenth century.

Santa Fe Map
Santa Fe Map
About City Sante Fe, meaning "holy faith" in Spanish, is the capital city of New Mexico state. It is the oldest capital in the United States of America. The complete name of the city when it was founded was La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asis, meaning "The Royal town of the Holy faith of St Francis of Assisi." Also called "City Different," the place encompasses a rich and varied history, melding Hispanic, Native and Anglo American customs whose influences can be seen in almost everything - food, art, architecture, and so on. Geography Santa Fe is located in the northern valley of Rio Grande at a height of 7,000 feet above sea level. It is the highest capital city in the whole of the United States. The city spans a total area of 37.4 square miles. Lying at the foot of the spectacular Sangre de Cristo Mountains, it makes a great spot for mountain biking, skiing, hiking, and backpacking. How to reach (Transport) By air: The Santa Fe Municipal Airport is served by the American Eagle Airlines and has three flights from Dallas and Los Angeles flying in every day. However, entering the place via another major air hub - the Albuquerque airport - there is at present no commuter air facility linking the two airports. So one can hire a car, taxi or can avail shuttle facilities. By rail: The New Mexico Rail Runner Express connects neighboring cities, like Albuquerque to Santa Fe. Presently, there are three stations at Santa Fe - the South Capitol station located between St. Francis Drive and Cerrillos Road, the Santa Fe Depot close to the Sanbusco Center, and the NM 599 station, southwest of town between NM 599 and I-25. By car: Interstate 25 borders the city of Santa Fe, but be careful about the weather conditions while coming to the city via this road. La Bajada, a single long, craggy hill can be dangerous during snowstorms and is closed for several hours from time to time. State road 14 that runs to the east of the Sandia Mountains is another alternative to opt for. When to visit Santa Fe has a lovely weather throughout the year. Winters are often warm during the day, with abundant "sunny" moments. Though springs and early summers are rather hot and unpleasant, the weather becomes lovely after mid-July. Points of Interest (Places to Visit) Santa Fe is a vibrant and lively place that does not disappoint anyone. The historic city offers a colorful journey to the international folk art and native American art. A blend of cultural heritage, art, and history - it has a lot of interesting places for its visitors, some of which some are mentioned below: New Mexico History Museum: Opened in May 2009, the museum comprises of three floors of exhibits on the New Mexico history, involving various artifacts from the annals of history to the contemporary times. St. Francis Cathedral: One of the "must-visit" attractions in the city has a majestic interior and attractive art both outside and inside the cathedral. Loretto Chapel: The magnificent chapel in gothic style was constructed in 1878 and took its inspiration from King Louis IX's Sainte Chapelle, Paris. The highlight of the chapel is the Miraculous Staircase that attracts the visitors' attention. It also serves as a famous romantic wedding site. New Mexico Museum of Art: The museum is situated just west of the plaza and has been outshined by the major collections of Georgia O'Keeffe and other pieces by Southwestern artists, along with other contemporary art exhibitions. Accommodation There are a wide range of hotels and Bed & breakfasts to stay in Santa Fe, starting from budget hotels, like Comfort Suites, Holiday Inn Express Suites Cerrillos to luxury hotels, like Eldorado and La Fonda Hotel. WBAU241114 EBASH241114 References: Wikipedia, Santafe.org