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 "TUZIGOOT NATIONAL MONUMENT ARIZONA"  © Ken Burrows
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(@pamelabole) Pamela Bole said:April 3rd, 2018 (3:12pm) PDT
Wonderful shots and great info.....love the perspective! : )
(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:March 3rd, 2018 (1:03pm) PST
All great shots Ken. Thanks for the info.
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EXTRA VERSIONS ATTACHED.

TOZIGOOT sits atop a large hill in what would seem like a desert. From the top of the structure (you can climb through) a person can see for miles in any direction. Constructed here the early indians could watch over their crops, livestock and watch for attacks.(See version 2)

THIS SITE described as a pueblo, housed hundreds of Sinagua culture, while smaller buildings were built on lower ground. Approximately 110 rooms existed in three stories at least 1000 years ago. Why the peoples moved is the big question as is to where?

VERSION 3 shows the work that went into the building of Tozigoot. This location did require reconstruction but not as much as expected.

VERSION 4 shows the 'bones' of the building rooms. There are 8 original beams and ceiling poles in here. Did I mention 1000 years old?



Uploaded: Feb 27th, 2018 (12:41pm)
Category: Travel/Vacation
GPS: Lat: 34.77489, Lon: -112.0282
Camera: DMC-FZ60
Focal Length: 5 mm
Aperture: f/5
Shutter Speed: 10/160 sec
ISO: 100


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