Visits to Sacred Sites XIII Sky City [Sample]

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XIII Sky City.

For Mother’s Day we decided to take a trip to what many consider the mother pueblo, at least the oldest one, though the title is disputed. On the basis of tree rings in timbers, archeologists have set the date of the founding of Acoma to about the twelfth century. But the inhabitants of Sky City, as it is called, claim their village is much, much older.

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