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Albuquerque is the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Mexico. It is a high-altitude city and serves as the county seat of Bernalillo County, and it is situated in the central part of the state, straddling the Rio Grande. The city population was 555,417 as of the July 1, 2012, population estimate from the United States Census Bureau, and ranks as the 32nd-largest city in the U.S. The Albuquerque MSA has a population of 902,797 according to the United States Census Bureau's most recently available estimate for July 1, 2013. Albuquerque is the 59th-largest United States metropolitan area. The Albuquerque MSA population includes the city of Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, Placitas, Corrales, Los Lunas, Belen, Bosque Farms, and forms part of the larger Albuquerque – Santa Fe – Las Vegas combined statistical area, with a total population of 1,163,964 as of the July 1, 2013 Census Bureau estimates. With its population growing bigger over the years, Albuquerque is the fastest growing city in New Mexico by population.


Albuquerque is a fictional character from the 1975 film Nashville.


  1. "Albuquerque" is the last song of "Weird Al" Yankovic's Running with Scissors album. At 11 minutes and 22 seconds, it is the longest song Yankovic has ever released on any of his official studio albums.
  2. "Albuquerque" is a composition.


"Albuquerque" is an award-winning book by Marc Simmons.

  • also known as "Albuquerque: a narrative history"
  • award: - Spur Award for Best Nonfiction, received by Marc Simmons


"Albuquerque" is a 1948 American Western directed by Ray Enright and starring Randolph Scott, Barbara Britton, George "Gabby" Hayes, and Lon Chaney, Jr.. Based on the novel Dead Freight for Piute by Luke Short, with a screenplay by Gene Lewis and Clarence Upson Young, the film is about a man who is recruited by his corrupt uncle to inherit his freight-hauling empire in the southwest, and who eventually defects to his uncle's honest business rival.

Phrases with Albuquerque

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Google previewAnnual Catalog Issue (1899)

Announcements by University of New Mexico

Albuquerque is an educational center. Besides the University, in it may be found many schools of different kinds and for...

Albuquerque is a city of churches.

Google previewCatalogue of the University of New Mexico (1900)

by University of New Mexico

Albuquerque is an educational center. Besides the University, in it may be found many schools of different kinds and for...

Albuquerque is a city of churches.

Google previewEAST from FRISCO - on the Trail of America's Soul (2010)

by Chris Harris

Albuquerque is a big place. It has grown into a major metropolis of nearly 800,000 people, an urban magnet whose...

Google previewMy Life as a Palestinian from a Place Called Bani Naim (2017)

by Professor Omar Manasreh

The first impression during the first a few months of our arrival is that Albuquerque is a peaceful, serene, tranquil, and soothing town to live in. Driving outside the town is enjoyable for those who do not like any kind of noise. It is quiet, noiseless ...

Google previewWestern Journal of Education (1901)

by Harr Wagner

Albuquerque is a thrifty, prosperous city, with good schools, churches, and many cultured people. The University of New Mexico is located here. Professor Herrick, the well-known author and student, is the president County Superintendent ...

Google previewMetrospiritual (2011)

The Geography of Church Planting by Sean Benesh

With the rio Grande weaving its way through the city, albuquerque is a city of contrasts. it sits in the upper reaches of the Chihuahuan Desert, which is a much different desert climate than the other focus cities of tucson and phoenix. to the east ...

Google previewInsufferable Indifference – The Mocking of America (2013)

by Neil E. Clement

Albuquerque is an oasis in the desert situated next to some rather large mountain peaks; the Sandia and Manzano ranges come together here, part of the Rocky Mountain chain. Quite nice mountains actually and nicely forested.

Google previewToday's Military Wife (2014)

by Lydia Sloan Cline

Albuquerque is a large city surrounded by beautiful mountains. The cost of living isn't too bad, there are nice shops—if you're into silver and turquoise, this is the place!—and things to do. Ski buffs have Sandia Peak. Santa Fe is an hour's drive, ...

Google previewA to Zee Across America (2012)

by Kay Morris-Robertson

Albuquerque is a multicultural community represented by more than 70 different ethnicities some of which date back nearly twelve thousand years, stemming from Pueblo Indians, Hispanic and Western legacies. So it is not surprising to find ...

Google previewHow to Stay Afloat in the Academic Library Job Pool (2011)

by Teresa Y. Neely

albuquerque is an ethnically diverse city with a rich culture and history located within minutes of the sandia and manzano mountain ranges, which provide opportunities ...

Google previewNational Geographic Learning's Visual Geography of Travel and Tourism (2014)

by Jan van Harssel, Richard H Jackson, Lloyd E. Hudman

The Acoma Pueblo near Albuquerque is a mesa- topped city high above the countryside. Numerous pueblos can be found throughout the state and most welcome visitors. Further west, El Morro National Monument is famous for its “ Inscription ...

Google previewA British Rifleman - the Journals and Correspondence of Major George Simmons, Rifle Brigade, during the Peninsular war and the campaign of Waterloo (2011)

by Major George Simmons

Albuquerque is a walled town of Spain, about three leagues from Campo Mayor. It has a fort situated upon a hill close to the town. This place gives the title to a Duke, who possesses many privileges and an extensive range of forests, in which ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the American Frontier (2015)

by Jay H. Buckley, Brenden W. Rensink

Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1940. Espinosa, Jose Manuel. Crusaders of the Rio Grande: The Story of Don Diego de Vargas and the Reconquest and Refounding of New Mexico. Chicago: Institute of Jesuit History, 1942.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Politics of the American West (2013)

by Steven L. Danver

While Santa Fe serves as the state capital of New Mexico, the state's largest city, Albuquerque, dominates the politics and...

Albuquerque, the county seat of Bernalillo County, is located in the central part of the state, and the Rio Grande River ...

Google previewThe Bankers Encyclopedia (1921)

Copperton to Albuquerque. Mesilla-Park to Las Cruces. Aden to Las Cruces. Corrumpa to Des Moines. Hachita to Deming. Mesquite to Las Cruces. Agna to Santa Fe. Corazon to Las Vegas. Hadley to Las Vegas. - Milagros to Albuquerque.

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America (2013)

by Andrew Smith

As New Mexico's largest city with an estimated 700,000 residents, Albuquerque is often the visiting tourist's first destination. Maintaining a blend of Native American, Spanish, and Mexican cultural heritage, the local cuisine reflects a rich ...

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