Situated in the beautiful canyons of Sedona, AZ, Palatki Heritage Site is an archaeological site with cliff dwellings and beautiful rock art. These Sinagua cliff dwellings date between 1150-1350 AD. The rock art includes pictographs in a variety of symbols and shades. The rock art is amazingly well preserved; I have rarely seen such a variety of colors incorporated. The cliff dwelling is a little difficult to properly explore (you see it from a distance), but the rock art is highly visible.
*As ever, be respectful when visiting these fragile archaeological sites. Never touch rock art, as that can destroy the images. Be careful not to disturb the architecture and remember it is illegal to take artifacts.
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