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2 - Taos Pueblo, Taos, Ranchos de Taos, Las Trampas, Rio Grande in Taos County
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Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: adobe dwellings the Pueblo Indians - the settlement was first established in the 14th century - North Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: adobe dwellings the Pueblo Indians - the settlement was first established in the 14th century - North Pueblo Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: homes are stepped back so that the roofs of the lower dwellings form terraces for those above - North Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: homes are stepped back so that the roofs of the lower dwellings form terraces for those above - North Pueblo





Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: decorated window of the San Geronimo Chapel - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: decorated window of the San Geronimo Chapel Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: Apaloosa horse grazes on the Indian Reservation land near the Pueblo - photo by C.Lovell Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: Apaloosa horse grazes on the Indian Reservation land near the Pueblo
Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: San Geronimo Chapel - Saint Jerome is the patron saint of the pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: San Geronimo Chapel - Saint Jerome is the patron saint of the pueblo Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: access to the higher floors is via ladders, which in the old times could be removed in case of attack by the Ute or Navaho Indians - North Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: access to the higher floors is via ladders, which in the old times could be removed in case of attack by the Ute or Navaho Indians - North Pueblo
Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: adobe houses - each year after the end of the rains the walls are covered with a new coat of adobe plaster - North Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: adobe houses - each year after the end of the rains the walls are covered with a new coat of adobe plaster - North Pueblo Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: the roofs are made of cedar logs, their ends protruding through the walls; on the logs are mats of branches on which are laid grasses covered with a thick layer of mud and a finishing coat of adobe plaster - North Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: the roofs are made of cedar logs, their ends protruding through the walls; on the logs are mats of branches on which are laid grasses covered with a thick layer of mud and a finishing coat of adobe plaster - North Pueblo
Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: ladder and kiva ceremonial room derived from the traditions of the pre-historic Anasazi Indian tribes - photo by C.Lovell Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: ladder and kiva ceremonial room derived from the traditions of the pre-historic Anasazi Indian tribes Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: tall grass in the unkept cemetery around the ruins of the old Spanish Franciscan Church of San Geronimo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: tall grass in the unkept cemetery around the ruins of the old Spanish Franciscan Church of San Geronimo
Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: traditional type of adobe architectural ensemble from the pre-Hispanic period - photo by C.Lovell Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: traditional type of adobe architectural ensemble from the pre-Hispanic period Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: the adobe walls that are often several feet thick - North Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: the adobe walls that are often several feet thick - North Pueblo
Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: multi-storied residential complex of reddish-brown adobe against the Sangre de Cristo mountains - North Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: multi-storied residential complex of reddish-brown adobe against the Sangre de Cristo mountains - North Pueblo Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: North Pueblo and the Red Willow Creek or Rio Pueblo, a small tributary of the Rio Grande - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: North Pueblo and the Red Willow Creek or Rio Pueblo, a small tributary of the Rio Grande
Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: basic houses where electricity, running water and plumbing are prohibited - North Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: basic houses where electricity, running water and plumbing are prohibited - North Pueblo Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: dwellings of the Red Willow Indians - North Pueblo - World Heritage Site - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: dwellings of the Red Willow Indians - North Pueblo - World Heritage Site
Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: traditional adobe oven - South Pueblo - photo by M.Torres Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: traditional adobe oven - South Pueblo Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico, USA: architectural details - blue door and chimney - photo by C.Lovell Pueblo de Taos, New Mexico: architectural details - blue door and chimney
Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, USA: adobe construction - St.Francis de Assisi Church from outside the walls - photo by J. Fekete Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico: adobe construction - St.Francis de Assisi Church from outside the walls Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico, USA: San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church, the church in Georgia O'Keefe's paintings - photo by M.Torres Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico: San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church, the church in Georgia O'Keefe's paintings
Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico, USA: San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church - built in adobe by the Spanish - photo by M.Torres Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico: San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church - built in adobe by the Spanish Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico, USA: San Francisco de Asis Church - towers with large tamped-earth buttresses - Spanish Mission architecture - photo by M.Torres Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico: San Francisco de Asis Church - towers with large tamped-earth buttresses - Spanish Mission architecture
Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico, USA: Chimayo Trading souvenir shop - St. Francis Plaza - photo by M.Torres Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico: Chimayo Trading souvenir shop - St. Francis Plaza Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico, USA: window framed with painted flowers on an adobe wall - St. Francis Plaza - photo by M.Torres Ranchos de Taos, Taos County, New Mexico: window framed with painted flowers on an adobe wall - St. Francis Plaza
Taos, New Mexico, USA: fašade of the First Presbyterian Church - Paseo del Pueblo Norte - Pueblo style architecture - photo by M.Torres Taos, New Mexico: façade of the First Presbyterian Church - Paseo del Pueblo Norte - Pueblo style architecture Taos, New Mexico, USA: Trompe l'Oeil painting over adobe tower - Taos Plaza - photo by M.Torres Taos, New Mexico: Trompe l'Oeil painting over adobe tower - Taos Plaza
Taos, New Mexico, USA: traditional wooden beams and columns - Taos Plaza - photo by M.Torres Taos, New Mexico: traditional wooden beams and columns - Taos Plaza Taos, New Mexico, USA: buildings on Taos Plaza - photo by M.Torres Taos, New Mexico: buildings on Taos Plaza
Taos, New Mexico, USA: carpet protects a colonnade from the sun - Taos Plaza - photo by M.Torres Taos, New Mexico: carpet protects a colonnade from the sun - Taos Plaza Taos, New Mexico, USA: carpet providing shade - Taos Plaza - photo by M.Torres Taos, New Mexico: carpet providing shade - Taos Plaza
Las Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico, USA: Church of San JosÚ de Gracia - steeple of historical Spanish church in the Sangre de Cristo mountains - aka Church of Santo Tomas Del Rio de Las Trampas - adobe architecture - photo by C.Lovell Las Trampas, Taos County, New Mexico: Church of San José de Gracia - steeple of historical Spanish church in the Sangre de Cristo mountains - aka Church of Santo Tomas Del Rio de Las Trampas - adobe architecture Rio Grande River, Taos County, New Mexico, USA: rafters relieved after the adrenaline rush of the rapids - photo by M.Torres Rio Grande River, Taos County, New Mexico: rafters relieved after the adrenaline rush of the rapids
Taos County, New Mexico, USA: canyon of the Rio Grande River - photo by M.Torres Taos County, New Mexico: canyon of the Rio Grande River Rio Grande River, Taos County, New Mexico, USA: 2,700 km to go till the Gulf of Mexico - photo by M.Torres Rio Grande River, Taos County, New Mexico: 2,700 km to go till the Gulf of Mexico
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