Parts of this pueblo go back almost a millenium, although much of it (being adobe) is renewed every year. Our tour - and tour guide - both very interesting, especially details about the larger multistoried dwelling, the iconic cemetery, and the sacred mountains that provide history, scenic background, and water supply for the pueblo. Shops on the pueblo sell jewelry, pottery, paintings, instruments, and baked goods (made in wood-fired ovens on the pueblo). Your chance to try fry bread. Prepare to spend several hours here - there will be some walking, some sitting to take in the views, and a little shopping. Prepare yourself also for the pueblo's sad history at the hands of settlers, but also to be inspired by the residents' resilience and spirit.
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