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Colorado shares part of Hovenweep National Monument, the majority of which is in Utah, but its most well-known site, the only American national park to contain ancient remains rather than natural landscapes, is Mesa Verde, occupying a number of deep canyons separated by thin mesas, on high elevation land south of the San Juan Mountains.
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