New Mexico is a proper noun. New Mexico is (1) a state in southwestern United States on the Mexican border.
The following articles provide more information about the term New Mexico.
- State of New Mexico
New Mexico's state capital is Santa Fe. Learn about the New Mexico
state government operations and services. Browse the New Mexico travel and tourism information, and read about living and working in the Land of Enchantment.
- New Mexico Real Estate Guide
Learn about urban, suburban, and rural real estate markets in New Mexico. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers will appreciate the New Mexico
real estate resources on this page.
- New Mexico Map
is the fifth largest state in the USA, bordered by Colorado to the north, Mexico to the south, Arizona to the west, and Oklahoma and Texas to the east.
- New Mexico Atlas
state history, geography, and travel information are the subjects of this New Mexico atlas page.
- New Mexico National Parks
This National Park directory page lists National Parks, Historic Landmarks, and Natural Landmarks in the State of New Mexico. An interactive New Mexico
map, plus photos and highlights, are included thereon.
- New Mexico State University
NMSU, a Land-Grant University, was founded in 1888. Its main campus is in Las Cruces with several branches around the state. Total enrollment is over 27,000 on all campuses, and about 1700 faculty. There are 51 programs for graduate study, including an engineering school and a business school. The school is a member of the Western Athletic Conference.
- University of New Mexico
UNM is located in Albuquerque and was founded in 1889. 26,399 students are enrolled at UNM and the school is designated by the Carnegie Classification as a Doctoral/Research Extensive University. UNM has colleges of nursing, pharmacy, architecture, engineering, law, medicine and public administration that offer professional degrees.
- Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico
Located 18 miles southwest of Carlsbad, New Mexico, Carlsbad Cavern is actually the largest of 83 separate caves. Its hollow cave formations are filled with interesting mineral deposits such as stalactites, stalagmites, and helictites.
- Albuquerque Official Website
Read about the Albuquerque city government, as well as its services and resources. Learn about visiting and living in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- The Albuquerque Journal
The Albuquerque Journal, first published in 1880 as the Golden Gate, is the largest newspaper in New Mexico. It is published Monday through Saturday, with the expanded Sunday Journal on Sunday. The newspaper keeps New Mexico citizens connected and informed. Quarterly magazines are published as well.
- Arizona Map
Arizona is the sixth largest state in the USA, bordered by Utah to the north, California and Nevada to the west, New Mexico
to the east, and the nation of Mexico to the south.
- Colorado Map
Colorado is the 8th largest USA state, bordered to the north by Wyoming, the south by New Mexico, Utah to the west, and Kansas to the east. Visit this site to learn more about the state of Colorado.
- Oklahoma Map
Oklahoma is the 19th largest state in the USA, bounded by Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico, Missouri, and Colorado. Visit this site to learn more about the State of Oklahoma and find printable maps of Oklahoma.
- Texas Map
Texas is the 2nd largest state in the US. It is bordered by Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, New Mexico, the country of Mexico, and the Gulf of Mexico.
- Visit El Paso - Convention and Visitors Bureau
When Spanish Conquistadors rode along the banks of the Rio Grande in 1598, they discovered a diamond amid the Chihuahuan desert. El Paso has been luring visitors with its mystery and promise ever since. Every year, the El Paso area hosts millions of travelers during their visit to this international metroplex.
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