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Tents can be seen (bottom, centre) at a point known as Camp Beauty close to canyon walls in Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona. Photographed in 1873 and situated in northeastern Arizona, the area is one of the longest continuously inhabited landscapes in North American and holds preserved ruins of early indigenous people's such as The Anasazi and Navajo.
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By mike gibson
From: Rapid City, SD
May 6, 2014
Cool picture. Thanks for sharing.
By Max Supertramp
Sep 18, 2014
similar in appearance to the Three Gossips. cool-ass historic photo!
By Paul Davidson
Sep 24, 2014
If you ever have the chance to get into this place for an over-nighter, and it requires either paying a guide or knowing a local land owner, do it!
Guaranteed to be a most memorable time.
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Tents can be seen (bottom, centre) at a point known as Camp Beauty close to canyon walls in Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona. Photographed in 1873 and situated in northeastern Arizona, the area is one of the longest continuously inhabited landscapes in North American and holds preserved ruins of early indigenous people's such as The Anasazi and Navajo.

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