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Santa Fe Gay Guide and Photo Gallery

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Set in the shadows of the 12,000-foot Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the high-desert city of Santa Fe has long cultivated a loyal following among creative spirits and open-minded souls, including writers and artists, New Agers, outdoors enthusiasts, and plenty of lesbians and gays. This capital city of New Mexico abounds with exceptional museums, noteworthy restaurants, and distinguished galleries. Here's a visual guide to exploring this stunning situated metropolis.

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Mine Shaft Tavern, in the small town of Madrid, 25 miles south of Santa FeRouge Cat, the former gay bar near the Santa Fe Plaza, closed in 2014Madrid, a small artists' enclave on the Turquoise Trail, near Santa FeBataan Memorial Building, the former New Mexico Capitol
Chocolate Maven restaurant and bakery, on West San Mateo RoadSITE Santa Fe, a contemporary art museum in the Railyard DistrictAcequia Madre, one of the most scenic streets on the city's East SideDowntown Subscription coffeehouse and newsstand, near Canyon Road
Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino, 15 miles north of Santa Fe on Pojoaque PuebloAmavi Restaurant, on Shelby Street near the PlazaCanyon Road's art galleriesDouble Take at the Ranch, vintage Western wear shop in Guadalupe District
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