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Christmas in New MexicoAlthough New Mexico is usually thought of as a top warm weather vacation destination, it also makes Christmas bright with thousands of "luminarias" (in Santa Fe, farolitos) that quite literally light up the season.

Especially in northern New Mexico, luminarias help to light the way for Las Posadas ("the lodgings"), a nine-day Christmas celebration that reenacts Mary and Joseph's search for shelter in Bethlehem.

The Las Posadas tradition, which has its roots in Mexico, usually begins with a devout procession and ends in lots of music and holiday feasting ...

More information about Christmas in NM around the Web:

Merry Christmas from Santa Fe


River of Lights - Rio Grande Botanic Garden - Enjoy thousands of twinkling lights and holiday displays at Albuquerque's dazzling walk-through light show, with information on dates and times, admission fees.

Christmas in Santa Fe - Find out what's happening around town for the holidays including information on Los Pasados celebrations, the winter Spanish market, Christmas at the Palace, and more.

Winter Spanish Market - Find unique & traditional arts & crafts on display during the annual event at Santa Fe's Museum of Spanish Colonial Art.

Holiday Fiesta at the Millicent Rogers Museum - Take in all the color and celebration at the annual Taos event featuring a visit by Santa, kids craft activites and holiday music.

Lighting of Ledoux Street - There's Christmas magic afoot as this historic Taos street is illuminated with hundreds of farolitos and luminarias centering around the Harwood Museum and surrounding shops in a traditional holiday night out.


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