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New Mexico, U.S.A.
Welcome to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Come here to immerse in the rich culture and abundant heritage, blue skies and 310 days of sunshine.
Located in the vast, open desert of New Mexico, you can breathe fresh air and discover amazing food while living in one of the country's most affordable cities. As one of the most culturally diverse cities in America, everything about Albuquerque is colored with its ethnical abundance and history. An epicenter of Southwestern culture and home to over 70 different ethnicities, you can enjoy flavors, architecture, art and fairs from cultures like Native American, Hispanic, African American and many more. While having been home to Native Americans for thousands of years, the city of Albuquerque was officially founded in 1706 and today has a population of around 840,000. Albuquerque is a beautiful mix of past and future, blending high-tech industry with ancient rock carvings. To fully grasp the intricacy of the city's historical roots, one must go back far in time. The Rio Grande Valley has been populated since 2000 BC. and it was already a developed and cultivated society when the Europeans took over the area in the later years. The Pueblans who lived there were adept stone carvers, ceramics and artists, and their skills have been passed to present day generations. Whether you decide to live here or just visit, it is notable that Albuquerque has been voted one of the top 10 cities for families. You have over 19 museums to choose from, and a wide variety of nature centers, amusement parks and sport centers at your disposal. Art lovers will be happy to know that Albuquerque is consistently named in the Top 10 Arts Destinations by American Style Magazine. The city isn't scarce with outdoor activities either hiking, golf, ballooning and biking are just a few of the things you can do alone, with friends or family. Best of all, because is Albuquerque so affordable, even a modest budget will take you far!
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