With its blend of Pueblo and Spanish styling, New Mexican architecture mirrors the beauty of the landscape itself.
Sundried adobe intermingles with expansive porches and mission arches, converging into simple, practical, yet breathtaking structures. Combined with Coyote Fencing, a useful and iconic fixture across the expansive landscapes, many New Mexican buildings and homes become works of art all their own. Looking to take in some sights from the scene? Santa Fe, the oldest state capital in the country, offers some of the grandest examples, including the historic Santa Fe Plaza, which represents the physical end of the Santa Fe Trail