Santo Domingo Old Trading Post

Most Interesting Spot

Evangeline Chavez 2010

Kewa Pueblo formerly Santo Domingo Pueblo, stands a landmark Trading Post that was  most recognized building on the Native American landscape during the 1950’s and 1960’s.  The Trading Post provided local artisans a venue to display their arts and crafts.

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~ by Evangeline Art Photography on April 3, 2010.

8 Responses to “Santo Domingo Old Trading Post”

  1. As you can see by the amount of people that are in that vicinity, im trying to figure out how or what idiot justified spending tax dollars on that new Roadrunner Station right across from your shot,That is a prime example of Government at its best.If these morons had to use there own money it would be a whole different story,,,

  2. They will be renovating it to what it use to look like, but I am not sure when. I hope you get to see it before then. If not I will sent you more pictures I took.

  3. Although the buildings are abandoned, I want to see this spot. Somehow, I’ve missed Santa Domingo.

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