El Morro National Monument is home to the famous Inscription Rock, on which prehistoric people, Spanish explorers, and Anglo settlers carved their marks over hundreds of years. At the base of the monolith lies a reliable waterhole, and atop the mesa sits Atsinna Pueblo, a 13th century Ancestral Puebloan village. In this gallery, explore the prehistory and history of the Monument through high-quality artifact photos and professionally drafted architectural maps.
Additional information about El Morro National Monument is available at the official National Park Service website for El Morro
and at the Learning Center of the American Southwest El Morro National Monument
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