Landmarks in Chihuahua: Archaeological Sites in Chihuahua, Cueva de La Rancher A, Oasisamerica, Hu Poca, Cueva de La Momia, Cueva de La Olla Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781233115044

Published: August 19th 2011

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Landmarks in Chihuahua: Archaeological Sites in Chihuahua, Cueva de La Rancher A, Oasisamerica, Hu Poca, Cueva de La Momia, Cueva de La Olla  by  Source Wikipedia

Landmarks in Chihuahua: Archaeological Sites in Chihuahua, Cueva de La Rancher A, Oasisamerica, Hu Poca, Cueva de La Momia, Cueva de La Olla by Source Wikipedia
August 19th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 30 pages | ISBN: 9781233115044 | 9.26 Mb

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Archaeological sites in Chihuahua, Cueva de la Rancher a, Oasisamerica, Hu poca, Cueva de la Momia,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 29. Chapters: Archaeological sites in Chihuahua, Cueva de la Rancher a, Oasisamerica, Hu poca, Cueva de la Momia, Cueva de la Olla, Cuarenta Casas, Casas Grandes, Cathedral of Chihuahua, Museums of Chihuahua, Government Palace of Chihuahua, Museo Casa Chihuahua, City Hall of Chihuahua, Museo Casa Ju rez, San Francisco Temple, Historical Museum of the Mexican Revolution, Rotonda de Hombres Ilustres.

Excerpt: Cueva de la Rancher a is an archaeological site located south of Ciudad Madera, in the Sirupa Canyon region, northwest of the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Ciudad Madera has basic tourism infrastructure, however it may be difficult to get transportation to visit the site, it covers a large area at the base of the Sirupa Canyon. It is a relatively long drive on a dirt road. It is suggested planning a trip for a minimum of 9 to 10 hours, with little time to explore. It is also possible to visit the San Andr?s Sirupa old mission.

Destroyed by Tarahumaras in 1690. The landscape is particularly beautiful and makes it the trip worthwhile from the Sirupa village. Nearby are thermal hot water springs. It is advisable to visit the site with an experienced guide. In 1898, Norwegian Explorer Carl Lumholtz, provided first notices about caves in the Madera region, in the north of Sierra Tarahumara. Discovered several sites, among them Cueva del Garabato (scribble), now known as Cuarenta Casas.

Subsequently, several anthropologists and archaeologists briefly explored the region, focusing especially on the outskirts of Cuarenta Casas. Almost all of them published the results of their studies- However, very little is known about the caves, exploration and systematic study is just starting up. Madera was a sawmill that worked lumber extracted in the forests nearby- its greatest attractions are the ancient caves around the region, which served as...



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