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You don't have to speak Spanish before you visit the US state of New Mexico. In fact, while there are some people who speak Spanish there, most of the population speaks English. In addition, it is not unusual to hear two people talking in Korean. The state is diverse that way in that its residents are from different parts of the world.

The state is situated in the American Southwest and it consists of eight cities and six regions. Most will be familiar with some of the state's popular cities such as Sante Fe which is the most visited city. This old town which was founded back in the 1600s manages to marry the old Santa Fe with the new and it is evident in its architecture and even its culture.

Another tourism hub is the city of Albuquerque a beautiful and scenic state that is filled with activities for everyone. Albuquerque is widely known for its hot air balloon fiesta which draws a lot of visitors during the winter time.

And just what does New Mexico have to offer its visiting public? Well, those who visit are fascinated by the state's collection of Native American pueblo communities where quite a few Native Americans live today. Since the pueblo tour offers tourists a chance to see how Native Americans live and to view their artwork and crafts, you may have to pay to either photograph or draw the pueblos. A visitor is also forbidden to talking a pueblo's ceremonial performances as well as they are also not allowed to ask too many questions of them.

While in New Mexico go hiking in one of the state's challenging mountains. The highest mountain is the Sangre de Cristo while the Organ Mountains is a great place for rock climbing, especial around the winter or spring time.

New Mexico is bordered by Oklahoma and Texas on the east and by Arizona on the west. On the north, New Mexico is bordered by Colorado and shares an international border with Mexico on the south.

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