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Las Cruces, Outskirts intro. Las Cruces, the 'City of the Crosses', in south-central New Mexico, USA, is the second biggest city in the state. The town is surrounded by wonderful vistas and a whole lot of wildlife. Nearby are the Organ Mountains, White Sands and the Gila Wilderness. What's more, the sun shines brightly here 350 days throughout the year. A nearby attraction is the historic settlement of Mesilla, in New Mexico, which is packed with trendy galleries and boutiques selling southwestern style treasures. The state is rich in culture, history and recreation. Good information about New Mexico is available from the National Park Service. Go ahead and, to borrow a line from the state's motto, get enchanted. Nearby Mesilla town is one of the most colourful and historic towns in southwestern New Mexico. For years, travellers have been coming here. Indians and Spanish conquistadors once used it as a campsite. It was also an overnight stop for stagecoaches in their heyday. Las Cruces hotels are near all of these attractions.
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