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  • This is the seventh operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and is the first of five LDS temples built in the state. This temple is the first to be constructed by the chu...
  • This is the preservation of a group of Hohokam structures constructed during the classical period was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. The ruins date back to about 1300 an...
  • Lehi is a distinct community within Mesa that predates the founding of the city itself. Lehi was annexed into its larger former neighbor and now is on the northern limit of central Mesa. Properties ...
  • This attractive brick structure was restored and opened to the public in February 1986. The Sirrine Historic House is result of community support to preserve a part of Mesa`s history. The City of Me...
  • This of course is the most well known attraction of Lake Havasu City. The famous London Bridge in UK was originally constructed in 1825 out of granite is 928 feet long and 49 feet wide. In 1962 it w...
  • The residential neighborhood contains adobe and brick buildings in Spanish-Mexican, Anglo-American and Eclectic architectural styles. Named for the Spanish-built Presidio de San Augustín del Tucson ...
  • The turn of the century post office with authentic fittings illustrates the postal service on the frontier. The Foundation as a hub of postal education, maintains the largest and finest facilities d...
  • This courthouse was designed in 1928 in Spanish Colonial style and remains a nice architectural homage to Tucson`s Spanish-Mexican past. The beautiful mosaic tiled dome merits a visit. Enjoy strolli...
  • This district considered to be the Mexican-American side of Tucson, has been called Barrio Viejo or Barrio Libre since its Mexican inhabitants were more or less free to follow their own laws in the ...
  • The sister site to Honanki site, there are two trails at Palatki Heritage Site. One trail takes you to the Sinagua cliff dwellings and the other to the alcoves that shelter the painted symbols or pi...
  • Located close to Sedona it makes for a great day trip to go visit Montezuma Castle National Monument to see the history of Native Americans in Northern Arizona, specifically the Sinagua people. Enjo...
  • This cliff dwelling and rock art site is located near the town of Sedona in north-central Arizona. Managed by the U.S. Forest Service the site is open to general public for visits. The heritage site...