The Sandstone Towers In Arizona’s Monument Valley Look Like Something From Another Planet

Much of the bone-dry desert landscape Arizona is known for was only made possible by water erosion over millions of years. Once it was all said and done, iconic red rocks and sandstone pillars like those found at Monument Valley remained. This sacred Navajo park has been photographed more times than almost any other place on Earth, and for good reason.

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Address: Oljato-Monument Valley, AZ 84536, USA