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Numerous remnants from ancient civilizations can be found throughout this state.
Pueblos dating from the 12th century have been preserved and restored at this large park near the city of Aztec.
Prehistoric Anasazi cliff dwellings are the highlight of this Los Alamos park.
See numerous inscriptions made centuries ago on the walls of this park's massive rock formations.
Mogollon Indians built their homes under the natural shelters of these cliffs and caves.
Fascinating ancient rock art can be found throughout this park near Albuquerue.
Archaeologists believe that Pueblo Indians first settled here in 800 A.D., and some of their structures still remain.
Impressive multi-story buildings and road systems dating from around 1000 A.D. remain preserved in this park.
Arrowheads and bits of pottery from ancient civilizations can still be found among this park's unusual rock formations.
The reconstructed ruins in this park originally dated from the 14th century, and were discovered in 1540 by Francisco Vaquez de Coronado.
Over 20,000 of these bits of pre-15th century rock art are found throughout this park in the Chihuahuan Desert.