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Bryce Canion



The splendor of the nature.

The splendor of the nature.



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  • 1. Bryce Canion by Florin Popescu Images: NET
  • 2. Paiute Amerindian legends say that after creating the Legend People - the first people who saw the Great Spirit sunlight under the guidance of an evil spirit, that of coyotes, it fooled a majority of them and would be turned into stone Stan forever. Anka-ku-was-a-Wits, meaning "people with faces painted in red, human ancestors, pointing to the bizarre limestone formations, guard today that Mormon settlers in Utah and Bryce Canyon rocks called its amazing ... Perhaps the most bizarre and also the most beautiful canyon on the planet. At its doors and went existence Mysterious Anasazi, millennia-old pre-Columbian culture whose traces have been found in North America, as well as members of Fremont culture, whose culture had reached its peak since the XII century. They have followed the Paiute Indians, who gave birth to some of the most beautiful legends of the world, and the first people to successfully cultivated semi-arid lands of the canyon. Then European settlers, morphed into believing Mormon, Native American tribe put an end to the canyon, bringing natives and cattle and sightsee in the reserves where only the memory of Eden in which they lived could alleviate the sad existence. Stories about the first white set in the canyon was a Scottish farmer, Ebenezer Bryce, followed by his wife Mary. After him, hundreds of Mormon immigrants flocked to the place which they named in his memory, Bryce Canyon - Bryce's Canyon. It was perhaps unimaginable beauty of the canyon in Utah that made the U.S. since 1916, to require stopping the damage done by farmers, wood cutters and hunters Mormons. Seven years later, on June 8, 1923, Bryce Canyon was named a national monument still in existence.
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