Bel Air, Maryland: A Pleasant Community

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Pueblo Bonito is just one of the most ancient and impressive dwellings within the canyon walls. It was named after Carravahal in Spain, a Mexican-American guide who accompanied a U.S. Topographic Army engineer to review the location. (Numerals for many buildings including the canyon are either Spanish or Spanish transliterations from names given because of the Navajo, a native tribe that is american country borders the canyon) Pueblo Bonito's construction took place over three centuries. The building was redesigned to have sections of four- or five floors and 600 rooms. It also covers more than 2 acres. However, it retains its original shape that is d-shaped. There were many interpretations possible of what these buildings did. It is widely accepted that large homes could have primarily public functions, supporting occasional influxes in people to the canyon for rites and trading, while also serving as administrative headquarters, public meeting areas, burial grounds, and storage facilities. These facilities likely also housed an group that is elite of, possibly because they had usable rooms. Despite their size, many large mansions had other architectural elements that reflected their intended public function. Many had large plazas, with a room that is one-story bordering the south, and multi-storey blocks bordering the north. These block were raised from the lowest story on the back wall to the top of the plaza. The artificial elevation of Chetro Ketl is another impressive canyon house that is big. This makes the plaza even more striking. It is located 5 yards above canyon floor. This feat requires a great deal of earth and rock to transport without using draft animals or wheels. These large, cylindrical, underground rooms were found in the big homes' room blocks and plazas. Plenty of people from Bel Air visit Chaco Canyon National Monument (North West New Mexico) each  year. Chaco Canyon was the heart of a pre-Columbian civilisation thriving in the Southwest San Juan Basin from the 9th to the 12th century CE. Chacoan civilisation represents a unique phase in the history of an ancient population now known as "Ancestral Pueblos" due to their relationship to the current indigenous peoples of the Southwest whose lifestyles are structured around Pueblos, or apartment-style housing that is communal. Chacoans produced enormous public architectural works that were unprecedented into the ancient North American world and remained unrivaled in size and complexity until historic times—a feat that required long-term planning and extensive organization that is social. Perfect alignment of these structures with the cardinal directions and the cyclical positions of the sun and moon, together with an profusion of exotic trade objects discovered inside these buildings, provide as an indicator that Chaco was an sophisticated culture with strong spiritual links to the surrounding nature. This cultural fluorescence is made all the more amazing by the fact that it took place in the high altitude semi-arid desert of the Colorado Plateau, where even surviving represents an achievement and the long-term planning and organization necessary was carried out without a written language. This absence of a written record also adds to a certain mystic surrounding Chaco - with evidence restricted to items and constructions left behind, many tangible issues concerning Chacoan culture remain partly solved after decades of research.   Bel Air to Chaco Canyon National Monument (North West New Mexico) is not a drive that is difficult.

The average family size in Bel Air, MD is 2.92 residential members, with 62.1% owning their own homes. The average home appraisal is $248244. For those people renting, they spend on average $1275 per month. 56.5% of households have 2 sources of income, and the average household income of $71122. Median individual income is $37014. 11.7% of residents live at or below the poverty line, and 12.2% are handicapped. 9.1% of residents of the town are former members for the US military.