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Santa Fe County is a county in the U.S. state of New Mexico. As of the 2010 census, the population was 144,170, making it New Mexico's third-most populous county, after Bernalillo County and Doña Ana County.
Santa Fe is a municipality in the Honduran department of Colón. Notable people from Sante Fe include Miriam Miranda, a Honduran human rights activist who advocates for the land rights of the Garífuna people.
The Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo is a 10-acre zoo in Gainesville, Florida.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway's 3450 class comprised ten 4-6-4 "Hudson" type steam locomotives built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1927. Built as coal-burners, they were later converted to oil-burning during the 1930s.
Santa Fe College is a public community college in Gainesville, Florida. It is part of the Florida College System.
Santa Fe Community College is a public community college in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It has an undergraduate population of about 6,300 students.
The Santa Fe Community Orchestra is an amateur orchestra based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In addition to performing five free concerts per season, the orchestra conducts free educational programs, including Side by Side concerts with children from the public school music programs, workshops for adult musicians, a free composition competition featuring New Mexico composers and Anatomy of a Symphony concerts.
The Santa Fe courthouse ghost event was a purported ghost sighted on a video captured by a security camera at a courthouse in Santa Fe, New Mexico on June 15, 2007. Once the "ghost video" was uploaded onto YouTube it quickly attracted widespread attention and many improbable suggestions as to its origin.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway's 1158 class comprised two 2-6-6-2 articulated steam locomotives built in 1910 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. They were built with flexible, jointed boilers, an experiment confined to the Santa Fe; the railroad considered it successful enough to build four of the later 3300 class locomotives with flexible boilers, but both classes were scrapped in the 1920s.
The Santa Fe-class submarines were a class of three pre-World War II submarines, designed and built in Italy in 1928-1933, as part of an Argentine expansion plan for its navy. They were in service with the Argentine Navy from the early 1930s to the late 1950s.