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In this scene is a Navajo Native American abode made of clay and wood, to the left picnic tables for visitors, and the grand vista of Monument Valley in the background.

The Navajo name for Monument Valley is "Tse Bii' Ndzisgaii", meaning valley of the rocks. The most dominant feature in the Valley are vast sandstone buttes with the tallest reaching 300 meters high.

Visitors may pay an access fee from the Navajo residents to travel on a 17 mile dirt road into the heart of the Valley.

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