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The random article for Saturday, 16 May 2020 is Alcove Canyon.
Alcove Canyon is a valley in Apache County in the U. S. state of Arizona. The valley lies southwest of the Carrizo Mountains and extends to Walker Creek. The head of the canyon is at 36°41′28″N 109°15′05″W and the confluence with Apache Creek is at 36°47′15″N 109°25′22″W. The elevation of the mouth is at 5,292 feet (1,613 m). Alcove Canyon (or Alcove Creek) was so named due to the presence of erosional alcoves in the rock banks along its course.
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