August 31, 2018 1 Translation missing: en.blogs.article.read_time

Situated just outside of Santa Fe, NM, the Pecos National Historic Park preserves the remains of Indian cultures from about AD 1100.  The pueblos grew up to a population of 2000 people in a five-story complex.  Today the primary remains are those of the 18thcentury Church, the pueblo and their kivas (restored) which are underground ceremonial chambers.  Here are different angles from within one of the kivas.

Centered View from inside a Kive in Pecos Historic ParkImage of Kiva and Light Rays from Pecos Historic Park