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History & & Culture: Chaco Culture Great Houses

The "Fantastic Houses of Chaco Canyon," as they are called, are located in the southern San Juan Basin, located in the ancient city of Pueblo, a major Navajo Nation settlement. The Chaco Anasazi extended its feelers throughout the 4 Corners area and behaved just like the ancient city of Pueblo, a significant Navajo nation settlement. Integrated in the mid-12th century BC, these outliers were located in tactical places and influenced the ancient Puleo population for centuries. In 700 ADVERTISEMENT, they began checking out, checking out and collecting settlements, of which ChACO Canyon is the best example. ChACO Canyon went through comprehensive construction that resulted in the construction of the Excellent Homes of Chaco Canyon, the biggest of its kind in the United States. Pueblo Bonito, which indicates "pretty town" in Spanish however whose initial name Anasazi is not known, had various routine structures called kivas and an estimated 800 to 1200 residents. The Excellent Houses of Chaco Canyon, the largest of its kind in the United States, were developed after the Great Home of Pueblos was integrated in 1855 on the site of a former settlement.Chaco Culture National Forest 24078362.jpg

Chaco Culture National Forest

Chaco was characterized by the building and construction of so-called "Great Houses," or Pueblo Bonito, or Excellent Homes. The biggest of them, the "Pueblos Bonitos," consisted of six hundred and fifty rooms, and its building and construction needed the use of more than two million cubic feet of wood per square meter. The Chaco Anasazi constructed a landscape that stretched from the straight line of the arrow to the Chaco Canyon, with arrows and straight lines, a technical miracle accomplished without a compass, wheel or pack animal. A roadway connected the canyon with 150 other big homes, including the ruins of the Aztecs and the ruins of the salmon. The Chaco turned into one of the most crucial cultural centers of the United States and the world with a population of more than 1. 5 million people.