Taos Pueblo is a historical place
Taos Pueblo is a place full of history that is still maintained even after many centuries. Taos Pueblo is located in the valley of a small tributary of the Rio Grande, which consists of adobe homes and ceremonial buildings, exemplifies the enduring group of contemporary culture and one of the established settlement at the end of the century – 14 to – 13 and the beginning of the valley Rio Grande and its tributaries that have survived until today and is an important step in the history of urban, public and cultural life and development in the region. Taos Pueblo de Taos similar to the settlements in the Four Corners area of the Anasazi, or ancient Pueblo people – people in places like Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde, and continues to be a thriving community with a culture of life.
To visit our Taos Pueblo is to experience the unique spirit and way of life continues much as it was for nearly ten centuries. The artists of the Taos Pueblo produce goods beautiful handcrafted using techniques passed down through generations. In 1960, Taos Pueblo was designated a National Historic Landmark, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966. In 1992, Pueblo is recognized by the United Nations’ World Heritage List, “because of the uniqueness and value of the universal heritage of all mankind. When you visit Pueblo, you will have the opportunity to learn about history and culture, and buy arts and crafts here. If you are fortunate to visit on holidays, you will experience the song and dance that has transcended time and passed down from generation to generation. Here the water is very clear at all from high in the mountains in the holy lake blue we still serves as our main source for drinking and irrigation. To visit our Pueblo is to experience the unique spirit and way of life that continues to mush as it has for nearly ten centuries.