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Visitors are allowed inside the 200 year-old chapel at San Felipe de Neri church.
Gently curving adobe walls and winding brick paths give Old Town a relaxed, romantic feel.
A shady portal in Old Town is the perfect place for a relaxing meal of traditional New Mexican food.
In Old Town you can buy jewelry directly from the Native American artists who set out their wares under a long portal.
Chile ristras adorn the shop entrances in Old Town.
Luminarias adorn Old Town's walkways and rooftops during the holiday season.
Strolling through Old Town on a sunny spring day.
The Tricentennial sculpture in front of the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History commemorates early Spanish settlers.
Find perfect Western and Southwestern apparel in Old Town's unique shops.
Young couples who are married in San Felipe de Neri church are often photographed across the street, in the shady plaza's gazebo.
Old Town's San Felipe de Neri church was built in 1793. It still has an active congregation and is the site for many weddings and festivities.
A beautiful tile mural flows over the entrance to Old Town's Plaza Vieja.
Chile season is marked with fresh ristras.
The Virgin Mary carved into a living tree in Old Town.
Old Town is home to more than 150 shops and galleries.
Guitarist John Simmons plays for passersby in an Old Town courtyard.
The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History has an extraordinary sculpture garden in Old Town.
Luminarias—paper sacks filled with sand and a candle—light the way to Midnight Mass at San Felipe de Neri church on Christmas Eve.
The towers of San Felipe de Neri church in historic Old Town.
Old Town's many shops and galleries line narrow walkways laid out hundreds of years ago.
A gurgling fountain contributes to the serene atmosphere in Old Town.