Southwest American Indian Ruins
Gallery One

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Cliff dwelling built sometime in the 1200s. Closer view of Montezuma castle from the valley below. Pueblo was built by Sinagua people on top of a prominent hill. View of the pueblo ruins built into caves in the cliffs.
Sinagua Ruins, 1200s
Montezuma Castle
National Monument, AZ
Sinagua Pueblo Ruins
ca. 1200. Tuzigoot
National Monument, AZ
View of a large pueblo ruin on a rocky mound. View of the pueblo ruins as they cascade down the hill.
Sinagua Ruins at
Montezuma Castle
National Mon't, AZ
Mogollon Ruins
Gila Cliff Dwellings
Nat'l Mon't, NM
View of Montezuma castle from the valley below. Stairway by the Park Service leading up into the ruins.
Kayenta Anasazi Wukoki
Ruin, 12C. Wupatki
National Monument, AZ
Sinagua Pueblo Ruins
ca. 1200. Tuzigoot
National Monument, AZ
Stone wall ruins. One of many sites in the area. View of the plain below the pueblo ruins.
Sinagua Ruins at
Montezuma Castle
National Mon't, AZ
Kayenta Anasazi Citadel
Ruin, 12C. Wupatki
National Monument, AZ
Ruins by Sinagua Pueblo
ca. 1200. Tuzigoot
National Monument, AZ
Mogollon Ruins
Gila Cliff Dwellings
Nat'l Mon't, NM

"A land without ruins is a land without memories... a land without memories is a land without history."

- Abram Joseph Ryan, original source unknown.


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