Copyright: - US National Park Service
Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument
- This park preserves and interprets the best remaining examples of 17th-century Spanish Franciscan mission churches and conventos remaining in the United States. The park preserves four of the six surviving 17th-century mission churches in the U.S. and three of the largest Pueblo Indian villages, which represent cultural traditions extending at least 7,000 years into the past, including the division between Anasazi and Mogollon culture areas. The Salinas sites have been abandoned since the 1670s.
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Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, P.O. Box 517
, Mountainair, NM, 87036-0517, Phone: 505-847-2585