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This canyon in Utah is covered in miles of ancient petroglyphs and pictographs that are an absolute marvel. 

Nine Mile Canyon, which is actually 46 miles long, is known as the world's longest outdoor art gallery for the archaic messages inscribed on its rugged cliffs

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When first thinking of Florida, images of theme parks and stunning beaches probably come to mind. But if you dig a little deeper, you’ll find that Florida’s history is just as much fun as it’s present attractions. History buffs and urban explorers alike will have a blast at these Florida forts to explore that will take you back in time.

It’s easy to imagine how life in The Sunshine State was hundreds of years ago when wandering the dusty remains of ancient forts.

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If you're looking to channel your inner Indiana Jones, these ruins are a perfect place to do it. 

Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park in Arizona is 800-year old ruins from the ancient Salado people who lived there.

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