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Rosario Cemetery, Santa Fe, New Mexico 2
New Mexico
Rosario Cemetery was established approximately in the year 1868. During the annual novena, the statue of La Conquistadora is taken in procession from the St. Francis Basilica to Rosario Chapel for a novena of masses. The statue is then returned to the Basilica.
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