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21:22 Dec 1, 2001
NorthAmericanIndian(Other) to English translations [Non-PRO] Social Sciences - Geography
Explanation: Not much to translate here, traditional Indian village in New Mexico. From the site listed below:
Pueblo of Tesuque
Nestled cozily in the soft red-brown foothills in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of Santa Fe, Tesuque Pueblo has an air of centuries old tranquility. Situated around a large central plaza, the Pueblo has stood on this site since 1200 AD. The Tesuque people have remained committed to their beliefs and are today one of the most traditional of all the New Mexico Pueblos in observing their ceremonies and preserving their culture.