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    Brothel in Jerome, AZ. Jennie's Place. It was built in 1898 by Legendary Madam Belgian Jennie Bauters. She became the richest woman in the Arizona territory before she was murdered.

    The White House - Navajo Ruins - Canyon de Chelly, Arizona

    By highlighting the flowing ridges and varying surfaces found within the cavernous canyon, shows Antelope Canyon in Arizona in a new light. Picture: Gregory Boratyn/Rex Features

    Arizona's Antelope Canyon taken by amateur photographer Gregory Boratyn.

    Snow Sunset - Superstition Mountains, Arizona

    .Full Moon Rises behind a Red Tail Hawk Phoenix, AZ

    Arizona's Vermilion Cliffs at sunset

    The Grand Falls In Arizona, often called Chocolate Falls, is a natural waterfall located 30 miles northeast of Flagstaff, Arizona in the Painted Desert on the Navajo Indian Reservation. At 185 feet tall it is taller than Niagara Falls.

    Indexed map of Arizona showing the stage lines, counties, lakes & rivers.

    Gold King Mine Ghost Town - Arizona

    Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Junction, Arizona

    1880 Arizona homestead, upper Oak Creek. (NAU, Cline Library)

    Flagstaff, Arizona, in the 1880's.

    Mineral Park AZ

    Mineral Park, Arizona C1880

    Cox, Arizona --- Dosoris Cox discovered the mine in 1881 and named it for his boyhood home. Over $500,000 was produced in silver and a stage line began running to Prescott. A post office was opened in July 1883. A 30 burro pack train hauled ore to Howells and Walker. Only 100 feet below the surface the ore played out and so did Cox. COX REMAINS A GHOST TOWN TODAY.

    Chinle / Navajo / Canyon de Chelly / AnasazI / Arizona, USA

    Petroglyph, Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona.


    Arizona Sunset


    Early this year, a woman named Geraldine Vargas and her husband were walking through the desert near their home in Tucson, Arizona, when they came across a phenomenon that, so far, has completely baffled scientists. They discovered a large patch of land covered in strange, purple spheres with no perceivable explanation for what they were or how they came to be.They appear to be a jelly-like fungus, but botanists in Arizona have so far been completely stumped as to their cause or composition. ...

    Upper Verde River, Prescott National Forest, Arizona | Gary Beverly

    Places to visit in Arizona - Attractions in Arizona - Keep It Planned

    Ribbons in the earth, or "The Wave," Arizona. Excellent example of wind erosion, graded bedding.