Five Shots: Toozigoot National Monument

Tuzigoot is an ancient village or pueblo built by a culture known as the Sinagua. The pueblo consisted of 110 rooms including second and third story structures.  The Sinagua Indians lived and farmed the Verde Valley, Arizona a thousand years ago. They mysteriously left the area around 1400, but their well-intact condominiums and burial grounds remain. Read more about them HERE . Here are five shots after a day of rain.






Which one do you like best?

19 Comments on “Five Shots: Toozigoot National Monument

  1. They are beautiful pictures. I remember visiting some Sinagua ruins a few years ago at the Wupatki National Monument. It was a very sophisticated settlement with hundreds of rooms. I remember being particularly impressed by the ball court.


    • Welcome, Malcolm. Thank you–a sophisticated culture, indeed! I haven’t been to Wupatki National Monument, but it looks even more impressive than Toozigoot. Thanks for sharing 🙂


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