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Eva Encinias-Sandoval holds high her award during her induction ceremony for Albuquerque’s Wall of Fame at the Alvarado Transportation Center in Downtown Albuquerque on Tuesday. (Dean Hanson/Albuquerque Journal)

Wall of Fame for flamenco institute founder

Because of her tireless work bringing international renown to New Mexico as a center of flamenco, Albuquerque native Eva Encinias-Sandoval was named the third honoree for the Albuquerque Wall of Fame on Tuesday.

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