National Monuments in Arizona

National Monuments in Arizona

North America
Pipe Spring National Monument in Arizona In the reserve of the natives According to ehuacom, Pipe Spring National Monument is located in northern Arizona, United States. The Utah border is in close proximity. Pipe Spring National Monument itself is within the Kaibab Paiute Indian Reservation. The central element of Pipe Spring National Monument is a 16-acre ranch built in 1872. The main house is called "Windsor Castle". Declared National Monument in 1923, it commemorates the region's Native American population and Mormon settlement. The Mormons have established their "own state" in neighboring Utah, with the capital Salt Lake City. Outbuildings of the former Mormon ranch on the Indian Reservation A bit off the main tourist routes The area around the National Monument in Arizona is extremely sparsely populated, as the nearby…
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