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Cliff Palace, Ancestral Puebloan, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, ca. 1150–1300. Cliff Palace is wedged into a sheltered ledge to heat the pueblo in winter and shade it during the hot summer months. It contains about 200 stoneand- timber rooms plastered inside and out with adobe.

Cliff Palace, Ancestral Puebloan, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, ca. 1150–1300. Cliff Palace is wedged into a sheltered ledge to heat the pueblo in winter and shade it during the hot summer months. It contains about 200 stoneand- timber rooms plastered inside and out with adobe.

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