New Mexico - Tome Hill

Tome Hill is a religious site near Los Lunas, about 20 miles south of Albuquerque. At the base of the hill is a striking sculptural installation, picturing the Spanish conquistadores and priests with their workers coming up along El Camino Real and encountering the native Americans.

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