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Palace View

he long-term exhibit “Palace Seen and Unseen,” which relates the 400-year history of Santa Fe’s Palace of the Governors, opens at the New Mexico History Museum. The museum’s Santa Fe campus includes the Palace of the Governors, the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library and the Pete V. Domenici Building. The exhibit examines the adobe building itself (designated a National or .

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