Wupatki National Monument – It was established by President Calvin Coolidge on December 9, 1924, to preserve the Citadel and Wupatki pueblos. Boundaries have been adjusted several times over the years, and now include additional pueblos on over 35,000 acres (14 Hectares).
V-Bar-V Heritage Site – This is the largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley of Arizona, and one of the best-preserved. This style of rock art is called the Beaver Creek style, and was made by the Sinagua Indians between A.D. 1150 and 1400.
Solar Calendar, V-Bar-V Heritage Site – These photographs were taken on March 21, 2009 during the Spring Equinox. They show a shaft of light, bordered by two shadows, striking specific petroglyphs.