The whole world is made up of places, cities, buildings and impressive monuments, but it looks like in the U.S. there is an entire Valley of Monuments. The region is part of the Colorado Plateau, the area being characterized by the presence of several structures, the tallest one reaching up to 300 meters. Since the 1930s, Monument Valley was a famous place, being presented repeatedly in the media.
Monument Valley is made up of elements and structures that look like sand, with meandering rivers that carve the valley. The intense red color that colors the area is derived from the iron oxide and the blue-grey comes from the oxide of manganese. Monument Valley provides the image that will forever characterize the American West.
The Monument Valley is not a valley in the conventional sense, being rather a flat area that sometimes seems deserted, occasionally enlivened by strange formations that reach several hundred feet into the air. The sand and the sediments in the area were turned, over time, in layers of sandstone, forming these natural wonders.
Monument Valley is quite difficult to reach, especially for Europeans, but some tourists are willing to pay a fortune to enjoy a few moments admiring this unconventional landscape. The visitors must pay an access fee and then they are allowed to drive in the deserted area for a distance of approximately 27 km. Some areas have restricted access and the visitors can enter only with a specialized guide.