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Lo scopriremo solo viaggiando. Sapevate come è nato il Grand Canyon? Un’antica leggenda narra di un valoroso capo indiano che piangeva la sua amata che era morta, Manitù. Per guidarlo nella terra paradisiaca, il dio, nel quale credeva, lo aiutò aprendo un varco con il suo dito attraverso quell’immensa catena montuosa, che ostacolava il suo cammino: nacque cosi il Grand Canyon.

Lo scopriremo solo viaggiando. Sapevate come è nato il Grand Canyon? Un’antica leggenda narra di un valoroso capo indiano che piangeva la sua amata che era morta, Manitù. Per guidarlo nella terra paradisiaca, il dio, nel quale credeva, lo aiutò aprendo un varco con il suo dito attraverso quell’immensa catena montuosa, che ostacolava il suo cammino: nacque cosi il Grand Canyon.

GRAND CANYON

GRAND CANYON

HELP PRESERVE THE GRAND CANYON'S WATERSHED! This awe-inspiring canyon was declared a national monument by President Teddy Roosevelt in 1908 and as a national park in 1919. But tragically the lands surrounding the canyon remain unprotected and open to exploitation. URGE President Obama to use his power under the Antiquities Act to fulfill Roosevelt's vision and forever protect all these lands for future generations. PLZ Sign and Share!

HELP PRESERVE THE GRAND CANYON'S WATERSHED! This awe-inspiring canyon was declared a national monument by President Teddy Roosevelt in 1908 and as a national park in 1919. But tragically the lands surrounding the canyon remain unprotected and open to exploitation. URGE President Obama to use his power under the Antiquities Act to fulfill Roosevelt's vision and forever protect all these lands for future generations. PLZ Sign and Share!

Colorado and Little Colorado, Grand Canyon by Erika Wang

Colorado and Little Colorado, Grand Canyon by Erika Wang

The night sky, filled with stars, viewed from Toroweap in Grand Canyon National Park.

The night sky, filled with stars, viewed from Toroweap in Grand Canyon National Park.

Grand Canyon and Colorado River

Grand Canyon and Colorado River

We've all heard about it, but have you actually gone? Make sure you take a trip to this eye candy in Arizona.

The Grand Canyon

We've all heard about it, but have you actually gone? Make sure you take a trip to this eye candy in Arizona.

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"Grand Canyon: Mouth of Havasu Creek 0213" by Grand Canyon NPS on Flickr - The confluence of Havasu Creek with the Colorado River (river mile 157) is a popular place for boaters to stop and admire the striking blue-green water of Havasu Creek.  The turquoise color is caused by water with a high mineral content.  At the point where the blue creek meets the turbid Colorado River there often appears a definite break. - NPS photo by Erin Whittaker

"Grand Canyon: Mouth of Havasu Creek 0213" by Grand Canyon NPS on Flickr - The confluence of Havasu Creek with the Colorado River (river mile 157) is a popular place for boaters to stop and admire the striking blue-green water of Havasu Creek. The turquoise color is caused by water with a high mineral content. At the point where the blue creek meets the turbid Colorado River there often appears a definite break. - NPS photo by Erin Whittaker

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