Hovenweep National Monument, Colorado and Utah Like most centuries-old ghost towns, the dwellings at Hovenweep National Monument reveal a history that ebbed and flowed with the availability of water.
What does HOVE stand for?
HOVE stands for Hovenweep National Monument (US National Park Service)
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A center of ancient culture About 40 miles west of Cortez and straddling the Utah-Colorado border, Hovenweep National Monument is perhaps the most intriguing of the region's smaller sites.
Hovenweep National Monument, at Utah's southeast corner, is a much more low-key experience of Pueblo culture.
An oil pump beyond the borders of Hovenweep National Monument in Utah reverberates like a distant drum through the park.
The Hopi don't use the term abandonment or talk of ruins," says Art Hutchinson, an area manager at Hovenweep National Monument.
Kivas and towers at Lowry ruins and Hovenweep National Monument About 17 miles north of Cortez on U.