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Banderlier Entrance
New Mexico

Although there's evidence of groups of Paleoindians having hunted in Bandelier as far back as 11,000 years ago, Bandelier National Monument is best known for the settlement of the descendants of New Mexico's native pueblo people who lived in Bandelier from 1150 CE to 1550 CE.

Copyright: Irmin Wehmeier
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Taken: 25/07/2010
Uploaded: 29/12/2012
Updated: 24/02/2015
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Tags: bandelier national monument; new mexico; ruins; archeology; anasazi; clovis point; paleoindians; pueblo peoples
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