Montezuma Well Cliff Dwelling Ruin - Stock image

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Upload date:July 26, 2013


'Monezuma Well adobe brick stone wall entrance into cave used by Hohokam and Sinaguan Native American cultures several centuries ago. Detail can be seen inside the cave through an opening where a once standing wall no longer exists. Large boulders overhang to form the roof of the cave and adobe structure. Montezuma Well is a detached area of Montezuma Castle National Monument in Arizona, where a naturally formed catch-basin holds seventy degree water, and has done so throughout history. The Hohokam and Sinaguans used the water for irrigation.'
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