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Albuquerque is the newcomer among original cultures, located between ancient pueblos and near Apache and Navajo country. Today the city is known for its sophisticated medical care first established during the tuberculosis epidemic; for its technological facilities, seeded by World War II; and for its cosmopolitan ambiance. Sites include: San Felipe de Neri Church, Bottger  Albuquerque is the newcomer among original cultures, located between ancient pueblos and near Apache and Navajo country. Today the city is known for its sophisticated medical care first established during the tuberculosis epidemic; for its technological facilities, seeded by World War II; and for its cosmopolitan ambiance. Sites include: San Felipe de Neri Church, Bottger Mansion, La Glorieta, Armijo School, Barelas Bridges, Los Griegos Plaza, San Ignacio Church, Santa Barbara School, Hudson Hotel, First National Bank, First United Methodist Church, Hotel Alvarado, Colorado Telephone Building, Rosenwald and Yrisarri Buildings, Occidental Life Building, Sunshine Building, Kimo Theatre, Skinner Building, Southwestern Brewery, Albuquerque High School, Standard Diner, Regina Hall, President’s House, Zimmerman Library, Leverett House, and Kelly’s Brew Pub.


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Albuquerque is the newcomer among original cultures, located between ancient pueblos and near Apache and Navajo country. Today the city is known for its sophisticated medical care first established during the tuberculosis epidemic; for its technological facilities, seeded by World War II; and for its cosmopolitan ambiance. Sites include: San Felipe de Neri Church, Bottger  Albuquerque is the newcomer among original cultures, located between ancient pueblos and near Apache and Navajo country. Today the city is known for its sophisticated medical care first established during the tuberculosis epidemic; for its technological facilities, seeded by World War II; and for its cosmopolitan ambiance. Sites include: San Felipe de Neri Church, Bottger Mansion, La Glorieta, Armijo School, Barelas Bridges, Los Griegos Plaza, San Ignacio Church, Santa Barbara School, Hudson Hotel, First National Bank, First United Methodist Church, Hotel Alvarado, Colorado Telephone Building, Rosenwald and Yrisarri Buildings, Occidental Life Building, Sunshine Building, Kimo Theatre, Skinner Building, Southwestern Brewery, Albuquerque High School, Standard Diner, Regina Hall, President’s House, Zimmerman Library, Leverett House, and Kelly’s Brew Pub.

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