Southwest American Indian Ruins
Gallery Eight

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General view of pueblo ruins inside a natural stone alcove. Approach to the pueblo ruins. Closer view of the pueblo ruins.
Anasazi Spruce Tree
House, 1200-76. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Spruce Tree
House, 1200-76. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Spruce Tree
House, 1200-76. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
View of ruins built on ledges of the canyon walls. View from inside a smaller cliff dwelling. Ruins of an ancient man-made lake, now dry.
Anasazi New Fire House
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Balcony House
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Mummy Lake
Ruin, circa 900. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
View of a large pueblo built into a cliff. View of a large pueblo built into a cliff, taken from partway down the path leading down to the ruins. View of the pueblo complex from near the bottom of the path leading down to the ruins.
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO

"Travel and society polish one, but a rolling stone gathers no moss, and a little moss is a good thing on a man."

- John Burroughs, original source unknown.


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