The Haunting Beauty of Navajo Nation
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The Haunting Beauty of Navajo Nation

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© Stéphane Lemaire

A land of striking red rocks and stunning vistas, Navajo Nation offers spectacular scenery and a glimpse at one of our continent’s most vibrant and resilient cultures.

Window Rock Tribal Park, Window Rock, Arizona

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Named for the naturally occurring window-like sandstone formation that is the area’s major landmark, the small city of Window Rock, Arizona, right on the state border with New Mexico, is the capital of the semi-autonomous Navajo Nation. At the annual Navajo Nation Fair each fall, visitors can witness spellbinding powwows that celebrate the spirit of the land in a riveting procession of dance and incantations. This year’s 69th Annual Navajo Nation Fair will take place September 6-13, 2015. Camping is available for $5 a day.

The Haunting Beauty of Navajo Nation

Window Rock Tribal Park, Window Rock, Arizona

Named for the naturally occurring window-like sandstone formation that is the area’s major landmark, the small city of Window Rock, Arizona, right on the state border with New Mexico, is the capital of the semi-autonomous Navajo Nation. At the annual Navajo Nation Fair each fall, visitors can witness spellbinding powwows that celebrate the spirit of the land in a riveting procession of dance and incantations. This year’s 69th Annual Navajo Nation Fair will take place September 6-13, 2015. Camping is available for $5 a day.

© Stéphane Lemaire
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