Famous for its unique red sandstone formations, the Red Rocks of Sedona, the small city in north central Arizona was inhabited as early as 11,000 BCE and remained secluded until it was established as a home for retirees and a tourist destination in the 1950s. Continuously populated by several early Native American tribes, diverse rock art can be seen in many places. Sedona is home to a thriving arts community and hosts special events throughout the year, including a bluegrass festival and jazz festival and international film festival. It is also home to a different kind of tourism – New Age tourism. Many people visit annually to experience the “spiritual vortices” at 4 of Sedona’s most prominent natural landmarks. The Chapel of the Holy Cross, a 250-foot-tall Roman Catholic chapel built into the red rock cliffs outside of town.
The Wupatki National Monument is under the administration of National Park Service in cooperation with the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. It...
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