Eight hundred years ago, Wupatki was the largest pueblo in existence, located in the hottest, driest part of the Colorado Plateau. This monument preserves these ruins left by the Sinagua people, as well as the larger landscape that surrounds them, offering stunning vistas of the Sonoran Desert and habitat for diverse wildlife.


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