Montezuma Castle National Monument à Camp Verde

Montezuma Castle National Monument

Montezuma Castle National Monument is a well-preserved cliff dwelling located in Camp Verde, Arizona, and is a popular tourist attraction. The castle was built by the Sinagua people around 700 years ago and was abandoned in the 1400s. The five-story structure consists of 20 rooms and was carved into the limestone cliffs overlooking Beaver Creek. Visitors can take a self-guided tour of the castle and learn about the daily life and culture of the Sinagua people. The monument also offers hiking trails and picnic areas, making it a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts. In addition, the nearby Montezuma Well, a natural limestone sinkhole with a unique ecosystem, is also worth a visit.

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