You cannot go to Verde Valley without viewing the spectacular monument of the Montezuma Castle, which has been called the best preserved example of Native American architecture in the Southwest
The Montezuma Castle’s cliff side was home to three centuries of resourceful Sinagua farmers. It has clung tenaciously to its limestone ledge for more than 800 years. The Castle is five stories tall, has 20 rooms, and covers 3,500 square feet of floor space. Its alcove is about 35 feet deep.
Below are a few of the photographs I took on my visit to this historic and sacred place.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!