Tuzigoot National Monument

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It's a three-story pueblo ruin built by the Sinagua people between the 12th and the 15th centuries. This is one of the last vestiges of a civilization that included farmers and artisans and whose trade routes spanned hundreds of miles. The monument is open every day from 8 to 5; entrance fee is $10 for adults. See the website for a schedule of free days. 

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