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Sunset Crater Volcano is north of Flagstaff about 30 miles and is located in the Wupatki National Monument Park.  It erupted around 1,000 CE and it took over 150 years for the lava to cool.  The eruption caused damage for miles and the Native Americans living in the region had to move due to the plant and water being damaged.  See the fantastic remains of the buildings they lived in before the eruptions on the next page! 

This is a major lava flow from the thousand year old eruption!