Kiva(/ˈkēvə/) at Pecos Pueblo, New Mexico. These structures were/are an important part of the native peoples culture throughout the southwestern United States. The kivas at Pecos Pueblo are a rarity as this is one of two locations in New Mexico(the other being Salinas Pueblo) where they occupy space alongside Spanish Franciscan church sites.
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