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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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State
Place
Location
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Guatemala
Antigua
 The city has retained much of its colonial character and is mainly populated by the descendents of the Maya.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Carved wooden window grill.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Shopping arcade in the city centre.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Street scene.
Guatemala
Antigua
Cathedral
 The San Jose Cathedral.
Guatemala
Antigua
Cathedral
 The Cathedral was built in 1545.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Street with flowers.
Guatemala
Antigua
 A quiet craft market in the ruins of a church.
Guatemala
Antigua
 The carved facade of San Pedro Church.
Guatemala
Antigua
San Carlos Borromeo University
 The University of San Carlos Borromeo dates from 1559.
Guatemala
Antigua
San Carlos Borromeo University
 The entrance.
Guatemala
Antigua
San Carlos Borromeo University
 The courtyard is bounded by thick earthquake proof walls.
Guatemala
Antigua
 The Arch of Santa Catalina (dating from 1609) is all that remains of two convents that it once linked.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Pastel coloured houses and cobbled streets.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Residential building.
Guatemala
Antigua
Convent of Santa Clara
 The Convent of Santa Clara was founded by nuns from Puebla in Mexico.
Guatemala
Antigua
Convent of Santa Clara
 The convent dates from 1699.
Guatemala
Antigua
Convent of Santa Clara
 Earthquake damage. Antugua suffered earquakes in 1717, 1773 and 1976.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Yellow house.
Guatemala
Antigua
Las Capuchinas
 Las Capuchinas is the ruins of a convent.
Guatemala
Antigua
Las Capuchinas
 The convent was founded in 1726.
Guatemala
Antigua
Las Capuchinas
 The cloisters.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Woman walking along a colonial street.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Antigua at 1530m is surrounded by volcanos.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Monument to Landivar, a local poet.
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 La Merced is a church set on a small plaza.
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 The side of the building has a small shrine.
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 La Merced is one of the most ornate churches in the city.
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 The courtyard contains the largest fountain in Antigua.
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 Carvings on the fountain.
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 The upper level.
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 View of the fountain.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Small plaza.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Tree lined road.
Guatemala
Antigua
 The edge of the city.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Tree lined street.
Guatemala
Antigua
Casa Popende
 Phlox.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Local bus.
Guatemala
Antigua
 The bus stand.
Guatemala
Antigua
 Busy bus for the surrounding villages.
Guatemala
Antigua
Market
 Antigua is famous for its busy and colourful market.
Guatemala
Antigua
Market
 The market attacts people from the surrounding villages.
Guatemala
Antigua
Market
 Baskets.
Guatemala
Antigua
Market
 Ceramics.
Guatemala
Alotenango
 Alotenango is a small village on the slopes of Volcan Agua.
Guatemala
Alotenango
 The village was called Vucuc Caquix before the arrival of the Spanish.
Guatemala
Alotenango
 The Spanish arrived in 1524.
Guatemala
Alotenango
 The village cemetary.
Guatemala
Alotenango
 The cemetary with Volcan Agua.
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 The Village of Santa Maria de Jesus.
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 The village is on the slopes of Volcan Agua.
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 Bus stand.
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 The village church.
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 Earthquake damage.
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 Market.
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 The villages are Cakchiquel.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango is a Quiche Mayan town at 1965m.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango is overlooked by a cemetary containing Mayan altars.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 The main church.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Worship at the main church includes pre-Hispanic rituals.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango is famous for its twice weekly market.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango has one of the largest markets in the country.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Vegetable sellers.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Clothing stall.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Food stall.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Fruit and vegetables.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Festival masks.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Festival masks on sale.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 The masks are used in the local pre-Hispanic festivals.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Clothes sellers.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 The market in Chichicastenango is one of the most colourful in the country.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango is a hilly town.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Colonial house.
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Hat seller.
Guatemala
Huehuetenango
 Huehuetenango is a typical highland town.
Guatemala
Huehuetenango
 The main square.
Guatemala
Huehuetenango
 Huehuetenango is the centre of many Mam villages.
Guatemala
Huehuetenango
 Street scene.
Guatemala
Chiantla
 The village of Chiantla at 2000m.
Guatemala
Chiantla
 Chiantla is a mixed village (European and Maya).
Guatemala
Chiantla
 The main square.
Guatemala
Chiantla
 Father and child at the church.
Guatemala
Chiantla
 Houses along the main square.
Guatemala
Chiantla
 View of the Mam site of Zaculeu.
Guatemala
Chiantla
 The village in the highlands.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Panajachel
 The lakeside village of Panajachel.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Panajachel
 Panajachel is Cakchiquel village.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Panajachel
 Each village has its own distinctive clothing and colours.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Panajachel
 Fertival masks.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Panajachel
 Boats by the lake.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Catarina
 Santa Catarina is one of the villages on the Eastern shore of the lake.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Catarina
 Santa Catarina is on the slopes of the lake shore.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Catarina
 Boats and ferries.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Catarina
 Santa Catarina is a Cakchiquel village.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Catarina
 The main church.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Catarina
 The main road through the village.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Catarina
 The main colour in this village is blue.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
San Antonio Popolo
 The village of San Antonio Popolo.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
San Antonio Popolo
 The village is Cakchiquel Maya.
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
San Antonio Popolo
 View of the village.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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