Bandelier National Monument

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Bandelier National Monument preserves the land and homes of the Ancestral Pueblo People who lived from 1150 to 1600 CE. It was designated as a national monument by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916 and was named for Swiss anthropologist Adolph Bandelier. It is rumored to be haunted by ghost lights, odd mists and the sounds of crying and moaning.

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15 Entrance Rd
Los Alamos, NM 87544
United States

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35.793691, -106.27844809999999
Los Alamos County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
White Rock, NM (4.8 mi.)
Los Alamos, NM (6.7 mi.)
Cochiti Lake, NM (10.6 mi.)
San Ildefonso Pueblo, NM (11.2 mi.)
El Rancho, NM (12.9 mi.)
Cochiti, NM (13.4 mi.)
Jaconita, NM (13.8 mi.)
Jacona, NM (14.8 mi.)
Pena Blanca, NM (15.8 mi.)
La Mesilla, NM (15.8 mi.)

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