The Navajo Nation, covering over 27,000 square miles of unsurpassed beauty, extends into the states of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. It is home to over a dozen national monuments, tribal parks and historical sites. Within Navajoland, called "Dine Bikeyah" by the indians, lies Monument Valley (in Navajo...Tse Bii'Ndzisgali which means "Valley of the Rocks"). It's part of the Colorado Plateau and is located on the Arizona-Utah state border near the Four Corners area. Monument Valley is one of the most iconic and enduring landmarks of the American West and a place that must be seen....photographs cannot do it justice.
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