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New Mexico is a state in the southwestern United States that is a unique destination for many travelers. With its unique culture, fascinating history, and diverse landscape, New Mexico offers a wide range of experiences and activities for visitors of all ages. In this chapter, we will take a closer look at why New Mexico is so fascinating and what are the reasons to visit this state. Geography and climate New Mexico has an area of more than 315,000 square kilometers, making it the fifth largest state in the United States. It is known for its contrasting landscapes, ranging from the deserts of the south to the mountain ranges of the north. The state is also rich in rivers and lakes, such as the Rio Grande and Elephant Butte Lake. The climate in New Mexico varies by region. It is hot and dry in the desert areas in the south, while it is cooler in the higher regions in the north. Winters can be cold and snowy, especially in the mountains, while summers are often hot and sunny. The average temperature in summer is around 30°C, while in winter temperatures often drop below freezing.
New Mexico has a rich and fascinating history dating back to Native America. The Pueblo Indians were the first inhabitants of the region and created a culture and traditions that endure to this day. In the 16th century, they were conquered and colonized by the Spanish, resulting in a mixture of Spanish and Native American culture

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