Sedona Travel, Articles, Photos, and Information

Sedona, Arizona is an artist refuge and visual geological spectacle set in the Sonoran Desert of northern Arizona. Founded in 1902, this city is known for its distinctive red-sandstone-rock geology found only in the Sedona area. The earliest inhabitants of Sedona were Paleo-Indian big game hunters and Archaic hunter-gatherers. Their artwork, and that of the Sinagua, the Yavapai, and the Apache, have drawn archeologists and artists to the area. Today, Sedona has developed into a haven for artists, retirees, and tourism. Numerous artistic and cultural events are held here, including specialized explorations of Sedona's supposed energy vortex sites.

Discover and explore Sedona, a town in the country of United States. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Sedona helps you explore the attractions and points of interest of Sedona. It is located on the continent of North America and its GPS coordinates address is latitude 34.8697 and logitude 34.8697. [Map of Sedona].

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One Day is Not Enough at Grand Canyon National Park (Facts and Photos)

The Grand Canyon, located in northern Arizona, is the second most-visited national park in the United States: trailing only the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It receives, on average, almost...

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Sedona Arizona: Artist Haven and Red Rock Country

Iconic red rocks, energy vortexes, art galleries, and natural beauty are trademarks of one of the most unique natural spectacles and destinations in the United States, Sedona Arizona. Few pl...

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