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What does TUZI stand for?

TUZI stands for Tuzigoot National Monument (US National Park Service)

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Through lectures and field trips, the Interhostel group will examine architecture across the ages: visiting the ancient, 1000-year-old pueblo at Tuzigoot National Monument with more than 100 rooms; seeing Montezuma's Castle and 12th century cliff dwellings; touring the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park; studying the elements that make up Spanish-pueblo architecture, including Spanish Colonial and Baroque Revival architecture; visiting the Arizona Biltmore Hotel with its striking textile block designs and rugged appearance; and visiting the nearly 17,000-square foot Wrigley Mansion, built by chewing bum magnate, William Wrigley, Jr.
Between Cottonwood and Clarkdale is Tuzigoot National Monument ($2; 634-5564), another large Sinagua pueblo.