Old Town Albuquerque is a historic section of town that dates back to the early 18th century settlements by the Spanish. Today it is a popular destination for shoppers and tourists. There are many historic adobe buildings, including the San Felipe de Neri Church (1793), visible at center right in this photograph.
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Cities and towns -- New Mexico -- Albuquerque; Architecture -- Historic buildings -- New Mexico -- Abuquerque;
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Smolski, Chet, "Albuquerque: Old Town" (1993). Browse All. 595.
religious architecture, historic buildings, cityscape, downtown, city blocks