Tin was also used as frames for mirrors which were becoming more common as the territory of New Mexico saw increasing trade with the United States.Tin art had a revival in the 1930s after the United States Army occupied New Mexico in 1846.
Despite meeting numerous men who’ve gone out of their way to treat me with kindness, I’ve also encountered stares and shouts, lusting eyes and flexed hands from car windows and unwelcome heavy steps echoing behind me.
Don't miss the largest Flamenco Festival in North America, Festival Flamenco International de Albuquerque, showcasing the finest flamenco artists in the world.
This exciting summer tradition celebrates flamenco, the ancient form of artistic expression of the Spanish-Gypsy culture.
A procession of the patron saint is part of the three days of entertainment, food and festivities.
Another one of the long-held , sometimes called farolitos, on Christmas Eve in Old Town Plaza followed by midnight mass at San Felipe de Neri Church.