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Friday, September 17, 2010

Four Corners Monument Reopens With New Plaza

The Four Corners Monument, which marks the junction of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, has reopened after a summer-long construction project. The site now boasts a new plaza, visitor services and interpretive panels.

Thousands of tourists from around the world visit the monument every year.

The monument is located on Native American land and is managed by the Navajo and Ute nations, with help from the Four Corners Heritage Council.

Visitor access to the monument was restricted this summer during construction. Now that construction is over, the monument is open for business as usual.

The monument is located in a remote area. Visitors need to be prepared to travel for long distances between towns with services.

For more info about the area, watch the video on our Four Corners page.


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