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Ancient America
Cahokia Mounds
Ancient Metropolis

These sites contain the cultural remains of a fascinating prehistoric indian people known as the Sinagua, who first settled near what is now Flagstaff nearly 1,500 years ago. Learn about the settlements they built, how their culture flourished, and their eventual disappearance. The Sinagua left behind a legacy; thousands of ruins still dot the area. Discover the sophisticated structures and artifacts revealing much about how they survived. You can almost see their culture evolve, from the farmlands of Sunset Crater, to the sprawling settlements of Wupatki, and the cliff dwellings at Montezuma Castle. Running time 40 minutes.

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