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The 2010 Fiesta de Santa Fe occurred during the 400th anniversary of the founding of Santa Fe (1610). This is the reenactment of the "peaceful" reconquest of Santa Fe by Don Diego de Vargas in 1692. The first fiesta occurred in September 1712. The Santa Fe Fiesta, held each September, is a celebration of the reconquest of the city of Santa Fe by Spanish soldiers in 1692.
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