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New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment, is a state in the Southwest. It became a Spanish colony after conquistadors arrived in the 16th century, then a Mexican territory until the Mexican-American War of the 1840s, and then an American territory until it achieved statehood in 1912.
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is a vibrant, sprawling city near the of .

, founded in 1607, is the capital of the state of and its principal tourist …

is a prominent town in , about a two hour drive north of Santa Fe.

is Georgia O'Keeffe country — the high desert with the amazing colors.

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Southwestern is the state's most diverse region, though not its most populous.

Northeast is a very rural region bordering the and southern .

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Afrikaans: Nieu-Meksiko, Arabic: نيومكسيكو, Aragonese: Nuevo Mexico, Armenian: Նյու Մեքսիկո, Arpitan: Novél-Mexique, Asturian: Nuevu Méxicu, Aymara: New Mïxiku suyu, Azerbaijani: Nyu-Meksiko, Basque: Mexiko Berria, Belarusian: Штат Нью-Мексіка, Bengali: নিউ মেক্সিকো, Bishnupriya: নিউ মেক্সিকো, Bislama: Niu Mexico, Bulgarian: Ню Мексико, Burmese: နယူးမက္ကဆီကိုပြည်နယ်, Catalan: Nou Mèxic, Central Bikol: Nueva Mehiko, Central Kurdish: نیومەکسیکۆ, Cherokee: ᏍᏆᏂᏤᏍᏛᎢ, Chinese: 新墨西哥州, Chuvash: Çĕнĕ Мексика, Cornish: Meksiko Nowydh, Croatian: Novi Meksiko, Czech: Nové Mexiko, Egyptian Arabic: نيو مكسيكو, English: Land of Enchantment, English: State of New Mexico, Esperanto: Nov-Meksiko, French: Nouveau-Mexique, Galician: Novo México, Georgian: ნიუ-მექსიკო, German: New Mexico, Greek: Νέο Μεξικό
Guarani: Pyahu Méjiko, Haitian: Nou Meksiko, Hakka Chinese: Néu Me̍t-sî-kô, Hawaiian: Nū Mekiko, Hebrew: ניו מקסיקו, Hindi: नया मेक्सिको, Hungarian: Új-Mexikó, Ido: Nova-Mexikia, Igbo: Nú Mézíkọ, Inupiaq: Tchiaq Mexiqo, Irish: Nua-Mheicsiceo, Italian: Nuovo Messico, Japanese: ニューメキシコ州, Kalmyk: Шин Меексик, Korean: 뉴멕시코 주, Ladino: Nuevo México, Latin: Novum Mexicum, Latvian: Ņūmeksika, Ligurian: Noeuvo Mescico, Lithuanian: Naujoji Meksika, Lombard: Növ Messich, Low German: Nee-Mexiko, Macedonian: Ново Мексико, Malayalam: ന്യൂ മെക്സിക്കോ, Marathi: न्यू मेक्सिको, Mongolian: Нью-Мексико, Nahuatl languages: Yancuīc Mēxihco, Navajo: Yootó Hahoodzo, Occitan (post 1500): Nòu Mexic, Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܢܝܘ ܡܝܟܣܝܟܘ, Old English (ca. 450-1100): Nīwe Mexico, Ossetian: Нью-Мексико, Persian: نیومکزیکو
Piemontese: Neuv Méssich, Polish: Nowy Meksyk, Portuguese: Novo México, Quechua: Musuq Mishiku suyu, Russian: Нью-Мексико, Russian: Нью-Мехико, Scottish Gaelic: Meagsago Nuadh, Serbian: Нови Мексико, Serbo-Croatian: Novi Meksiko, Silesian: Nowy Meksyk, Slovak: Nové Mexiko, Slovenian: Nova Mehika, Spanish: Nuevo Méjico, Spanish: Nuevo México, Tagalog: Bagong Mehiko, Tamil: நியூ மெக்சிகோ, Tatar: Нью-Мексико, Telugu: న్యూ మెక్సికో, Thai: รัฐนิวเม็กซิโก, Tibetan: མེག་སི་ཀོ་གསར་མ།, Uighur: Yéngi Méksika Shitati, Ukrainian: Нью-Мексико, Urdu: نیو میکسیکو, Uzbek: N'yu-Meksiko, Waray (Philippines): Nuevo México, Western Frisian: Nij-Meksiko, Western Mari: Нью-Мексико, Western Panjabi: نیو میکسیکو, Yakut: Нью Мексико, Yiddish: ניו מעקסיקא, Yoruba: Ìpínlẹ̀ Titun Mẹ́ksíkò, Nieuw Mexico
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