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Navajo National Monument [AZ]

The Navajo National Monument preserves three Navajo cliff dwellings. The cliff dwellings are open to the public year round, and showcase Navajo life prior to European settlement. The monument is also home to a visitor center and museum of Navajo life.

The monument offers ranger-led tours of the cliff dwellings, guided tours of the museum, and exhibits and presentations in the museum and visitor center. The website offers visitor information and historical information regarding the monument. In order to contact the monument via email, use the "contact us" link located on the left side of the webpage.

 
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