Destinations in North America

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A relatively young archaeological heritage offers visitors over 20,000 years of history. In the westernmost Yukon there is evidence of the continent’s earliest people, while at the other end of the country there are the remains of the first European settlement in Newfoundland made by the Vikings …
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A section of a totem pole from the west coast of Canada.

Mexico, part of the Mesoamerican cultural area, is well known for the spectacular pyramids and other monumental ceremonial centres of the Olmecs, Mayans and Aztecs. These dominant sites should not be allowed to overshadow the amazing rock art traditions of older hunting and gathering communities …
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Chichen Itza, one of Mexico’s most visited archaeological sites.

United States of America has an extremely diverse and fascinating archaeological heritage. In the far western States there are a number of very different traditions of exquisite rock art, as well as the extraordinary remains of prehistoric cliff dwellings often in quite dramatic settings. Besides enigmatic archaic earthworks in the east, there are many sites here that bear testimony to the colonial era and the Slave Trade …
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Anasazi Cliff Dwellings at Mesa Verde, Colorado.