The grounds were nice, with re-created (and a few original) buildings from this ancient settlement. The self-guided tour is directed by large, very informative signs along the way. You can go in every little building and get an idea how these resilient people lived, and learn about the physical and emotional hardships they faced. Worth the stop, and I enjoyed it.
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