New Mexico is a mountain state located in the United States of America in the southwestern region, and it is the fifth largest state. In the beginning, New Mexico was inhabited by Native Americans. However, in the 1500s, Europeans from Spain began to occupy the region. Despite the introduction of Europeans to the state, New Mexico has the fourth-highest percentage of Native Americas in the United States that includes Pueblo, Navajo and Apache citizens. The nation has no connection to Mexico. New Mexico became a U.S. state in 1912, making it one of the youngest states.
In New Mexico, you can find snow-capped forested mountains, fields of wildflowers, as well as the White Sands desert. The climate in New Mexico is sunny and dry with warm days and cool nights...Read More