Hopi House is a building in the style of traditional pueblo dwellings in the South Crest Grand Canyon in the National Park Grand Canyon in Arizona. It was included in the historic district of Grand Canyon Village. It refers to a group of 6 of famous buildings in the style of the Wild West, which was designed by architect Mary Jane Colter.
Colter designed the Hopi-House as a museum-exhibition where Hopi Indians could live, engaged in traditional crafts and selling their products. The basis of the appearance of the building structure laid down in Oraib Hopi, Arizona. Indoors there is a museum, shops and exhibitions.
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