Aztec Ruins National Monument
The Aztec Ruin National monument is actually a well-preserved example of Pueblo architecture in New Mexico. Early white explorer mistakenly identified the building as traces of Maxican Aztec culture, instead fo the Puebloan people.
Ancestral Puebloan ruins.
The site is a 900-year old ancestral Pueblo Great House with over 400 masonry rooms. It still has the original timber holding up the roof, T-shaped doorways, and intact ancestal Pueblo rooms. The site also has a reconstructed Great Kiva and in total is about a half-mile walk through the ruins.