Three Muses - Architecture

Elaborate stone cities were built into the sheltered recesses of canyon walls in SW Colorado in the 1200s, discovered by Richard Wetherill, a rancher, in 1888. By 1300, Mesa Verde was deserted, commonly believed to be because of a prolonged drought. The intricacy of these stone cities is remarkable. Thank you for indulging me in paying homage to their architects, and to Don Blanding, one of my favorite poets, who wrote of them so eloquently.
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