Still standing centuries after they were built, the ruins at Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northern New Mexico have weathered centuries of storms, winds, and tortuous sun.

More recent structures have struggled to stand such a test of time. Indeed, the park’s visitor center, built in 1957, is in the process of being razed to make way for a new facility after engineers determined there was so much to repair that it’d be wiser to start anew. [continue here]

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