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Burro Alley in Santa Fe, New Mexico USA
New Mexico
Between San Francisco Street and Palace Avenue, is the famous "Burro Alley", once known for being a gambling and red light district of Santa Fe. It was named for the burros that used to carry fire wood to the establishments.
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