New Mexico is one of the most prominent states in USA. Here are some facts about it...
New Mexico also known as “The Land of Enchantment” is the fifth largest state in the United States. It was admitted to the union as the 47th state on January 6, 1912.
You will get stunning views of 4 states, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado, from the Capulin Volcano National Monument in New Mexico.
Santa Fe is one of the oldest state capitals in the country, with amazing arts culture, and foods. It is also the highest capital city in the United States, at 7,150 feet above sea level.
Four nations have flown their flags over New Mexico across time. Spain, Mexico, the Confederate States of America, and, of course, the United States are among them.
The fact that 75% of New Mexico's roads are unpaved and have gritty potholes makes them suitable for lonely backcountry exploration at stunning locations in the state.
Albuquerque, New Mexico experiences more than 600 local hot-air balloons gliding over its scenery during Balloon Festival that attracts spectators and balloonists from all over the world.
White Sands National Monument in New Mexico is a famous desert. However, it is composed of gleaming white gypsum crystals instead of sand.
Thanks for reading! These are some facts about the New Mexico state.
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