Santa Fe

Santa Fe or Santa Fé (Spanish and Portuguese, respectively, for "holy faith") may refer to:

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Santa Fe, Ohio
... Santa Fe is an unincorporated community located on the border of Clay Township in Auglaize County and Stokes Township in Logan County, in the west central part of the U.S ... Johns Unincorporated communities Egypt Geyer Glynwood Fryburg Kossuth Lock Two Moulton Santa Fe Municipalities and communities of Logan County, Ohio, United States County seat ...
Santa Fe County/NM 599 (Rail Runner Station)
... Santa Fe County/NM 599 is a station on the New Mexico Rail Runner Express commuter rail line, located southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico, in Santa Fe County ... New Mexico Park Ride provides bus connections to Los Alamos and southern Santa Fe ... The Santa Fe route provides connections with Santa Fe Trails at the Santa Fe Place Transit Center ...
Santa Fe Depot (Rail Runner Station) - Gallery
... Rail Runner and Santa Fe Southern Railway trains in Santa Fe Depot Santa Fe Depot in winter Streetside of the Santa Fe Depot viewed from the east Santa Fe Depot viewed from the north ...
List Of Cities In Argentina By Population - Cities By Population
... Argentina Buenos Aires Córdoba Rosario Mendoza Tucumán La Plata Mar del Plata Salta Santa Fé San Juan Resistencia Santiago del Estero Rank City ... Negro 130,000 43 Trelew Chubut 125,000 44 Florencio Varela Buenos Aires 120,678 45 Santa Rosa La Pampa 116,000 46 Avellaneda Buenos Aires 112,980 47 Lomas de Zamora Buenos Aires 111,897 48 ...
Santa Fe Impact Structure
... The Santa Fe impact structure is an eroded remnant of a bolide impact crater in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains northeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico ... shatter cones in the rocks in a decades-old road cut on New Mexico State Road 475 between Santa Fe and Hyde Memorial State Park ...

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