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The Spaniards have lived in Santa Fe for more than four centuries. Every July more than 350 artists, some of whom are descendants of the Spanish families who settled in New Mexico long before it became a state, sell their artistry on the Plaza. This is the place to buy a handcrafted retablo, santo, or intricate tinwork.

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Traditional Spanish Market

The Spaniards have lived in Santa Fe for more than four centuries. Every July more than 350 artists, some of whom are descendants of the Spanish families who settled in New Mexico long before it became a state, sell their artistry on the Plaza. This is the place to buy a handcrafted retablo, santo, or intricate tinwork.