The Taos Pueblo is an ancient living Native American community located in the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992. Founded sometime before AD 1000, the pueblo is believed to be one of the longest-continuously inhabited communities in the United States. It is home to around 150 Tiwa-speaking Indigenous people belonging to the Taos tribe.
The historic site is known for its multi-storied adobe buildings, some of which are over 1000 years old. The complex houses an array of religious and cultural activities, including the annual Taos Powwow, Deer Dance ceremonies, and other important rites.