14 Mind-Blowing Historical Locations For Your Bucket List

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Mesa Verde National ParkMesa Verde or ‘green table’ in Montezuma County, southwestern Colorado was once home to Pueblo Indians, Native Americans who lived there for over 700 years. The 52,000 acre national park contains over 4,000 stunning archaeological treasures including 600 beautifully preserved cliff dwellings dating back almost 1,500 years. A US National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mesa Verde National Park was created to protect and preserve some of the world’s finest examples of cliff dwellings and they have to be seen to be believed!

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