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Vinyl Fridge Magnet (18 x 10 cm): United States. New Mexico. Pecos National Historical Park Collage

Vinyl Fridge Magnet (18 x 10 cm): United States. New Mexico. Pecos National Historical Park Collage
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Vinyl Fridge Magnet (18 x 10 cm): United States. New Mexico. Pecos National Historical Park Collage
US$1.99
US$3.99
Sin impuestos: US$1.99
Precio en puntos fidelidad: 399
  • Stock: En Stock
  • Peso: 50.00g
  • Las dimensiones: 1.00mm x 180.00mm x 105.00mm
  • SKU: 00005378

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A Souvenir to Open the Imagination

If you are a fan of the desert aesthetics you can find in the Southwest of the United States, you may find yourself contemplating life around these parts every time you give this magnet a look. This souvenir from United States invites the imagination by presenting very rich and intriguing color tones that work to compliment each other.

There is also a theme of permanence which seems to be particularly profound in human beings, particularly those who like to travel to foreign settings that are remote. Perhaps, we feel that it is representative of the human drive we have to live with. This souvenir introduces us to the human doings of ancestral people that, for centuries, lived in a desert environment as the one present in Pecos National Historic Park.

Pecos National Historic Park in Details

The Pecos National Historical Park includes several old constructions that give this park its unique identity. The visitor can't miss Pecos Pueblo, a legendary village that dates from 1100 AD. Later on, other villages were built on this site, including the mission of Nuestra Senora de Los Angeles de Los Pecos, erected by the Spanish missionaries in 1619.

The Pueblo keeps an interesting history which include the social reactions of the Indian population to the European presence in their territory. In 1680, the natives protested against the Catholic missions and built a kiva on the church grounds as a sign of their rejection. However, later, Spanish and Indians came into terms and lived peacefully until the Nineteenth century when, due to Comanche attacks, the population was forced to move to nearby Jemez Pueblo. By all means, this travel souvenir will serve as a great excuse to share your knowledge about this region of United States.

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