The Anasazi or "Ancient Pueblo"
The Anasazi lived in this area for about 600 years and then sudenly disapeared. They were farmers and very advanced for their time.
Here is some more info.
At our national war museum in Canberra there are many minature dioramas of WW1/WW2 battlefields and this photo looks just like the ones I took at the war museum...got that minature feel to it....Anyhoo historicaly fascinating place..
I think it is because their doors and window openings are smaller than normal. They also dont place them at the same level as we are use too. I think thats why it looks like a high school project.
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Hey Mette, these are the homes of the Anasazi Indians. This is a link to the parks website. Check it out, it is a cool place. :-))
And 'cool' is the operative word I reckon. Those people knew how to beat the heat.
Thank you Henry, I find this very interesting.
Sorry about my late reply, I have been away for a while and very busy last two weeks (started a new job).
I hope the new job is going good, I have been on the road quiet a bit and am behind on visiting everyones new pic's in their gallerys.
Best wishes, henry
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Photo taken in Mesa Verde National Park, Mesa Verde, CO, USA
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