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Puebloan people

For hundreds of years, until well into the 19th century, New Mexico boasted the largest

building in North America: a 650-room edifice covering more than two acres in Chaco Canyon, within the pueblo-rich, north-west corner of the state. Pueblo Bonita, constructed from artfully stacked sandstone blocks between AD900 and 1100, was once the centre of culture and commerce for the ancient Puebloan people. Starkly beautiful Chaco Canyon is dotted with the ruins of dozens of "great houses" and smaller buildings, many aligned with beams of light and shadows cast by solar and lunar cycles. Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/jan/23/new-mexico-top-10-national-parks
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