Ancient Cliff Dwellings Near Ramah, New Mexico

a photograph by Sonja Bingen

This cliff dwelling is not far from the entrance of one of New Mexico’s most beautiful canyons not far from Ramah, New Mexico. It was occupied between 1200 to 1300 A.D. during the third Pueblo period.

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6 responses to “Ancient Cliff Dwellings Near Ramah, New Mexico

  1. Julie Catherine

    Oooh, Sonja, I love this photo! Great shot, and you’ve captured it from a most interesting angle – awesome! 🙂

  2. These always look such a fascinating place to live, especially for a child.

  3. Caddo Veil

    This is amazing–when I see pictures like this one, I always want to be there and see the “real”.

  4. Would so love to be sitting in one of these dwellings right now!

  5. Amazing, but the real thing and the photograph.

  6. I meant to say BOTH the real thing and the photograph!

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