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ⓘ Añal, New Mexico




                                     

ⓘ Añal, New Mexico

Añal is a ghost town in De Baca County, in the U.S. state of New Mexico. Añal was located between Alamo and Fort Sumner, on Arroyo de Anil, but the towns precise location is unknown to the GNIS.

A post office called anal without Tilde was founded in 1916 and remained in operation until 1934.

                                     
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