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Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde Co.

Mesa Verde is an Ancestral Puebloan site located near Cortez Colorado. It occupies over 5200 acres and is a complex of ancient stone dwellings that was inhabited as recently as about 1285. Cliff Palace is the largest of these dwellings and was home to about 125 people.

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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2013
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PHOTO LOCATION Cortez , Colorado, United States of America