|Pueblo Bonito - part of it, it is too|
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|Pueblo Del Arroyo from bluff|
We stayed in an RV park in Aztec, NM an easy walk to the Aztec Ruins National Monument which is another great site for ancestral Pueblo people structures. We visited this site three years ago and loved it. Now, after seeing more ruins at various places, we decided to visit again since it is so close. We agree this is one of the best sites for ruins because of fantastic exhibits in the visitor center that other sites don't have, the condition of the structures, uniqueness of the structures, and they have a completely restored large kiva that gives a perspective you cannot get anywhere else. This is a must visit for anyone interested in ancient ruins. BTW, the name Aztec is a mistaken name given by Spanish explorers that just stuck.
Hint: anytime you go to a National Park Service location (park, monument, historical site, etc.) be sure to ask if they have a film/video/movie. They usually do and they are usually very good.