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Twin Tower Ruin
Hovenweep National Monument, Utah, National Park Service
Pueblo III, AD 1100 – AD 1300. These towers and other structures at Hovenweep were built by Ancestral Puebloans between AD 1200-1300. The reason for such a great concentration of towers and their use remains a mystery. Hovenweep may have supported 2,500 people who cultivated corn, beans and squash using dry farming techniques still in use among the Hope today. Please preserve and protect sites for future generations by visiting with respect.
07 Jul 2012 1 Comment
Kolob Canyon, Utah
The Kolob Canyon section of Zion National Park, Utah, is a magnificent vista of multihued valleys and mamajestic formations just off of I-15
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15 Dec 2011 2 Comments
Wildflowers blanket the meadow leading up to Brianhead Peak near Cedar Breaks National Monument.
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Cathedral of the Madeleine
Salt Lake City, Utah
The Cathedral of the Madeleine is a Roman Catholic edifice. Designed in the Catholic tradition, it is of Roman Gothic style. It was dedicated in 1909 and restored in 1975.
Wonderful architecture from a Postcrossing pal.