Tuzigoot (Apache for "crooked water") National Monument is a 2 story pueblo built by the Sinagua people around 1125 AD and occupied until about 1400 AD. Artifacts & info on how these agricultural people lived are contained in the small museum next to the ruins.
This pueblo consisted of about 110 rooms.
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