Southwest American Indian Ruins
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Cliff Dwellings at Bandelier (page 2 of 4)

View partway up the path to the cliff dwellings. Photo by Howard J. Partridge.

Approach to Cliff Dwellings
Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico

Beyond the two spiky rock formations in the foreground is part of a long stretch of Anasazi cliff dwellings and caves that line the base of the canyon walls.  Toward the right are remains of one of the typical dwellings that the Indians built along the cliff base, just below some of the cave rooms.  They are part of the restored Talus House ruin in the Sun House cliff dwelling.  They stand near Tyuonyi Pueblo, and were probably inhabited at the same time.  Photo taken in 1991 by Howard J. Partridge.
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