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Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

in Archaeological Area, Heritage, Historic

The mystery and complexity of an extended network of pre-historic communities and irrigation canals is highlighted at Casa Grande Ruins. The Casa Grande Ruins was a four story structure made by the people of the Sonoran Desert from 500 to 1400 AD. Coming the this historical monument you learn about the Hohokam tribe and the archeology of the American Southwest. This location is perfect for the young and older generation of explorers.

1100 W Ruins Dr,
Coolidge, Arizona 85128
United States

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Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

in National Park

The monument is named for the Casa Grande (Great House), a four-story prehistoric structure constructed by the Ancient People of the Sonoran Desert who inhabited the beautiful Sonoran Desert from 500 to 1400 A.D. Casa Grande Ruins National Monument protects the finest architectural example of 13th Century Hohokam culture and archeology in the American Southwest.

1100 W Ruins Dr
Coolidge, Arizona 85128
United States

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