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Arizona cities from A to Z, Arizona attractions.
  1. Route 66 in Arizona
  2. Bisbee (14)
  3. Bullhead City (6)
  4. Canyon de Chelly (12)
  5. Flagstaff (187)
  6. Jacob Lake (3)
  7. Jerome (16)
  8. Kingman (4)
  9. Lake Havasu City (21)
  10. Lake Mead (7)
  11. Lake Powell (27)
  12. Monument Valley (10)
  13. Page (11)
  14. Payson - Mogollon Rim (7)
  15. Phoenix (126)
  16. Prescott (33)
  17. Sedona (148)
  18. Tucson (101)
  19. Williams (21)

Coronado National Memorial
Coronado National Memorial, Arizona, commemorates the first European visitors to the Southwest. Museum, scenic overlooks and cave.

Chiricahua National Monument
Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona, features dramatic volcanic formations and interesting and unusual flora and fauna.

Fort Bowie National Historic Site
Fort Bowie National Historic Site, Arizona, commemorates the war between the Chiricahua Apaches and the U.S. military.

Pipe Spring National Monument
Explains the human history of the area, a popular pioneer stop because of the water. Daily tours of Winsor Castle, summer "living history" demonstrations, an orchard and garden, and a half-mile trail offer a glimpse of American Indian and pioneer life in the Old West.

Quartzsite
A rock- hound's paradise and site of one of the world's largest open air flea markets every January and February when 2,000 vendors of rocks, gems, minerals and fossils sell their ware to collectors. 20 miles east of the Colorado River on I-10.

Yuma
Yuma, Arizona is one of the fastest growing areas in the United States. Combine that with the yearly influx of snowbirds, seasonal winter visitors, and you might wonder why most people know little about sunny, historic Yuma, Arizona.

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