About Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado
Take a step into the past and get a deep look into the daily lives of the ancestral Pueblo First Peoples at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. These tribespeople lived in the available cave side dwellings for over 700 years. Mesa Verde National Park was established in 1906 to protect the near-5000 known archaeological sites that litter the region. These sites allow visitors the chance to experience 600 individual cave dwellings, mesa top pueblos, terraced farming structures, towers, reservoirs, and more. Known as one of the most notable and best preserved archaeological sites in the United States, Mesa Verde is a sight to behold.
About The Mesa Verde National Park Poster
The Mesa Verde National Park Poster measures 12×18 and is an original work of art by a collective of artists based in the Pacific Northwest. Our national park posters are printed on high quality matte card stock right here in the United States.