This small, unassuming doorway has a great deal of history behind it. It was here that many years ago people from the scientific community entered and then exited out the back door to board a bus headed to Los Alamos to work on the top secret Manhattan Project. An interesting tidbit is that when the wives of these men went... 更多
It just takes a minute to walk to this location from the central plaza in Santa Fe, to see a bit of exceptional history! When you walk into the courtyard, go to the back, and you will see the plaque in the photo. It is adjacent to the door where the many researchers heading out to Los Alamos for the... 更多
109 East Palace avenue, made famous as the gateway to "The Hill" is worth a visit for sure, just don't expect much other than a plaque and a building. Sure, its cool and as a history buff I really enjoyed it, but now the building has mostly transitioned into a series of businesses (worth visiting in their own right), but... 更多
Travel is made up of so many things, the big destinations and extravagant journeys, but sometimes you just get to see a place from history and the consequences of that place just rush all over you. This is the best 10 seconds of travel ever.
Los Alamos was an challenge, an adventure, history in the making and it developed through the door of 109 E.... 更多
J Robert Oppenheimer had his Santa Fe office in this building which served as the gateway to what was known... 更多
Only a plaque in a rather hidden place? Wow; if there ever was an understated historic site, this is it!... 更多