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These cliff dwellings built by the Sinagua people are located in the Montezuma Castle National Monument between Flagstaff and Phoenix. Beginning around 1050 CE, the Sinagua began building pueblos and cliff dwellings. They built homes in naturally occurring caves in the cliffs using local materials like wood, stone, and mud mortar. Cliff dwellings often had multiple levels and were accessed using wooden ladders. The well in the foreground is a natural limestone sinkhole.
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