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Oraibi, also referred to as Old Oraibi, is a Hopi village in Navajo County, Arizona, United States, in the northeastern part of the state. Known as Orayvi by the native inhabitants, it is located on Third Mesa on the Hopi Reservation near Kykotsmovi Village. Oraibi was founded sometime before the year 1100 CE (Common Era), making it one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements within the United States. Oraibi remained unknown to European explorers until about 1540 when Spanish explorer Pedro de Tovar first encountered the Hopi.
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