|Santa Fe City Facts|
|Country||USA (United State of America)|
|Counties||Santa Fe County|
|Total Area||37.4 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||35.6869° N, 105.9372° W|
|Time Zome||MST (UTC−07:00)|
|Major Religion||Roman Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||Museum of International Folk Art,New Mexico History Museum,Museum of Indian Arts & Culture,Georgia O'Keeffe Museum|
|Universities||Santa Fe University of Art and Design|
Some of the famous hotels of santa fe are :
The economy of Santa Fe is based on tourism and state government. The city receives an average 1.6 million tourists a year. The city's retail industry is boosted by its tourism sector. The city is an important center for work on defense-related projects, energy production, health and safety. Healthcare and light manufacturing are the other main economic sectors of the city. Products manufactured by local companies including electronic instruments and textiles and the goods produced in the city like art, pumice products, weavings, Native American arts and crafts, textiles, electronic instruments and aluminum ware contribute much to the city's economy.
The city has many movie theatres and Art houses. Most of them can be found near the sanbusco center Just south of the plaza area.
Santa Fe, known for its museums attract people to it. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, The Museum of New Mexico, Museum of Fine Arts - collections of Southwestern Arts, Museum of International Folk Art - various kinds of artistic stuff for every-day use, from jewelries to toys, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Laboratory of Anthropology - exhibits Native American arts and photographs, Wheelwright Museum of the American Indians - Native American potteries, Institute of American Indian Arts Museum - Native American arts with political aspects and Museum of Spanish Colonial Art - arts during Spanish-colonial era, include its number of world class museums. The city receives majority of its tourists in the second week of September when the aspens in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains turn yellow and the skies are clear and blue. The town of Taos and the historic Bandelier National Monument are the places preferred for day trips in the city.
Last Updated On : March 13, 2013