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* Film/TheAvengers2012 (the building The Hulk lands inside after falling from the Helicarrier, is the Albuquerque Rail Yards, a slight nod to his ability to "home in" to his birthplace in New Mexico)
* Series/BlackSaddle (set in the fictional town of Latigo)



* Film/TheAvengers2012 (the building The Hulk lands inside after falling from the Helicarrier, is the Albuquerque Rail Yards, a slight nod to his ability to "home in" to his birthplace in New Mexico)

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* VideoGame/{{Desperados}}


[[caption-width-right:350: WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Heeey, there’s a NEW Mexico!]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Map of New Mexico]]

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* '''UsefulNotes/SantaFe''': The capital city in the state. Known for its unique Santa Fe style Pueblo and Spanish architecture. As one of the world's art capitals it is/was home to several artists and writers, including Georgia O'Keefe, [[Creator/DHLawrence D. H. Lawrence]], and Creator/GeorgeRRMartin.

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* '''UsefulNotes/SantaFe''': The capital city in the state. Known for its unique Santa Fe style Pueblo and Spanish architecture. As one of the world's art capitals it is/was home to several artists and writers, including Georgia O'Keefe, O'Keeffe, [[Creator/DHLawrence D. H. Lawrence]], and Creator/GeorgeRRMartin.


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* Main/BizarreFoodsSeries/BizarreFoodsWithAndrewZimmern


Birthplace of Creator/NeilPatrickHarris, Franchise/TheIncredibleHulk, William Hanna of Creator/HannaBarbera, the Apache chief Geronimo, and numerous others. Though New Mexico has a diverse amount of cuisines represented and music groups from across numerous genres, there is a regional New Mexican cuisine and a local genre of music called New Mexico Music.

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Birthplace of Creator/NeilPatrickHarris, Franchise/TheIncredibleHulk, the Franchise/IncredibleHulk, William Hanna of Creator/HannaBarbera, the Apache chief Geronimo, and numerous others. Though New Mexico has a diverse amount of cuisines represented and music groups from across numerous genres, there is a regional New Mexican cuisine and a local genre of music called New Mexico Music.


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* Series/{{Supernatural}}Series/{{Supernatural}} (Episode: "Ouroboros")


New Mexico, officially the State of New Mexico, with the nickname The Land of Enchantment. Founded in 1598 as the colony of Santa Fe de Nuevo México, it gained statehood into the United States in 1912. The state is now a part of the Mountain West and American Southwest, and the Four Corners region neighboring UsefulNotes/{{Colorado}}, UsefulNotes/{{Arizona}}, and UsefulNotes/{{Utah}}. It is the 5th largest state in the country, although it's hard to tell that on most maps (possibly because of the projection method used, possibly because it's right next to [[EverythingsBigInTexas Texas]]).

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New Mexico, officially the State of New Mexico, with the nickname The Land of Enchantment. Founded in 1598 as the colony of Santa Fe de Nuevo México, it gained statehood into the United States in 1912. The state is now a part of the Mountain West and American Southwest, and the Four Corners region neighboring UsefulNotes/{{Colorado}}, UsefulNotes/{{Arizona}}, and UsefulNotes/{{Utah}}. It is the 5th largest state in the country, although it's hard to tell that on most maps (possibly because of the projection method used, possibly because it's right next to [[EverythingsBigInTexas [[EverythingIsBigInTexas Texas]]).


The Native American tribes of New Mexico are the Pueblo, Apache, and Navajo. The Pueblo are the direct descendants of the Ancestral Puebloans, a.k.a. the Anasazi. The Spanish were the first Europeans to arrive in the area naming the colony Santa Fe de Nuevo México (Holy Faith of New Mexico) in the 1500s as they believed the Pueblos to be related to the Aztecs (Mexica),[[note]]Ironically, the indigenous peoples of what is now New Mexico do not appear to have any substantial historical relation to the Mexica, except for some probable trading relations. However, many of the peoples of what is now Arizona and Utah, particularly the Hopi, Paiute, and Shoshone, speak Uto-Aztecan languages related to the Nahuatl tongue of the Aztecs. As these lands were part of Spanish New Mexico, the designation is actually not that far off.[[/note]] the area would later become a temporary part of Mexico, and eventually, its current place in the United States in the 1800s. The territory was the only member of the Union in the American South during the American Civil War, and defeated Confederate UsefulNotes/{{Texas}} twice as they attempted to annex the Territory of New Mexico, during the Battle of Albuquerque and the Battle of Glorieta. New Mexico gained statehood in 1912. The descendants of Spanish settlers continue to live in the area, as well as West UsefulNotes/{{Texas}} and Southern Colorado, they are called Hispanos or Nuevomexicanos.

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The Native American tribes of New Mexico are the Pueblo, Apache, and Navajo. The Pueblo are the direct descendants of the Ancestral Puebloans, a.k.a. the Anasazi. The Spanish were the first Europeans to arrive in the area naming the colony Santa Fe de Nuevo México (Holy Faith of New Mexico) in the 1500s as they believed the Pueblos to be related to the Aztecs (Mexica),[[note]]Ironically, the indigenous peoples of what is now New Mexico do not appear to have any substantial historical relation to the Mexica, except for some probable trading relations. However, many of the peoples of what is now Arizona and Utah, particularly the Hopi, Paiute, and Shoshone, speak Uto-Aztecan languages related to the Nahuatl tongue of the Aztecs. As these lands were part of Spanish New Mexico, the designation is actually not that far off.[[/note]] the area would later become a temporary part of Mexico, and eventually, its current place in the United States in the 1800s. The territory was the only member of the Union in the American South during the American Civil War, and defeated Confederate UsefulNotes/{{Texas}} [[EverythingIsBigInTexas Texas]] twice as they attempted to annex the Territory of New Mexico, during the Battle of Albuquerque and the Battle of Glorieta. New Mexico gained statehood in 1912. The descendants of Spanish settlers continue to live in the area, as well as West UsefulNotes/{{Texas}} Texas and Southern Colorado, they are called Hispanos or Nuevomexicanos.

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* '''UsefulNotes/SantaFe''': The capital city in the state. Known for its unique Santa Fe style Pueblo and Spanish architecture. As one of the world's art capitals it is/was home to several artists and writers, including Georgia O'Keefe, D. H. Lawrence, and Creator/GeorgeRRMartin.

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* '''UsefulNotes/SantaFe''': The capital city in the state. Known for its unique Santa Fe style Pueblo and Spanish architecture. As one of the world's art capitals it is/was home to several artists and writers, including Georgia O'Keefe, [[Creator/DHLawrence D. H. Lawrence, Lawrence]], and Creator/GeorgeRRMartin.

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