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The ancient enemies of the Navajos were the Pueblo (Anasazi). They inhabited the more forgiving highlands of the Mesa Verde in nearby Colorado. They too, have left an indelible impression upon the lands which they resided, although where they ...
... which spreads out into all four of the Four Corners states is the largest one in America and is basically a country within the United States. 200,000 native Navajo live here. We were headed to the town of Chinle which is the gateway to Canyon De Chelly ...
... excellent. If you have never heard of Mesa Verde then it is somewhere you should go if you are ever coming to the States. It is a remarkable place. The Puebloan Indians built sandstone-block houses into the side of the cliffs way up high under the ...
... the faint hearted I can tell you. So we turned back as we had no other way of continuing in this direction. We reached Cortez mid-afternoon having stopped at a place called Bluff to see the remains of an old Mormon settlement where we saw a real old ...
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23390 Road K, Cortez, Colorado, United States
The Crow Canyon Center is a non-profit research center that offers a one week "vacation" in which volunteers help to excavate an ancient Anasazi city.
Cortez, Colorado, United States
Cultural center that includes interpretive exhibits on Anasazi by the University of Colorado, an authentic Navajo hogan, arts and photographic exhibits.
McElmo Route, Cortez, Colorado, United States
Located in Utah but near Cortez, this site has six ruins all built around 1200 AD.
PO Box 8, Cortez, Colorado, United States
Known for its ruins, Mesa Verde also has a spectacular petroglyph that is reachable by way of a hike.