Regional North America United States Arizona Travel and Tourism Parks National Parks and Monuments Navajo National Monument
Navajo National Monument includes ruins of villages left behind by prehistoric Pueblo Indians, the Kayenta Anasazi. The area was only occupied for about 50 years before they abandoned it and moved on.
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Betatakin Ruin, A Photo Gallery
Betatakin Ruin, one of three spectacular cliff dwelings in Navajo National Monument, is located in Northern Arizona.
Navajo National Monument Homepage
Official NPS site.
Navajo National Monument: (DesertUSA)
A guide to northern Arizona's Navajo National Monument, includes color photos, Visitor Center facilities, rates and fees, seasons and hours. Maps, climate and geography.
Last update:January 2, 2007 at 22:31:21 UTC