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Photos marked as were added from 1 June 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 6th Avenue is the main shopping street.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 Guatemala City is set on a strict grid system.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 Street fruit seller.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 The police headquarters resembles a castle.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 The wooden railway station.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 Street market.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 The street names of Guatemala City are all numbered as are the zones.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 Zone 4 is the modern business area.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 Torre del Reformador.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 Buildings in Zone 4.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
 Zone 4 is the business part of the city.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Yurrita Church
 Yurrita Church.
1991
Guatemala
Guatemala City
Yurrita Church
 The ornate tower.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 The 3766m high Volcan Agua is one of three overlooking Antigua, the former capital.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Antigua is surrounded by Mayan villages and their people frequent the city.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 The pretty Parque Central in Antigua.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 The Parque Central is a shady area in the heart of the city.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 Antigua is the former capital of Guatemala.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 Antigua is at 1530m.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 Decorated fountain.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 The city is surrounded by volcanoes.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 Antigua was founded in 1524.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 Palacio de los Capitanes.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 Colonaded pavement.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 View of the main plaza.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Parque Central
 Two horsemen.
1995
Guatemala
Antigua
 Colonial street.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 The city has retained much of its colonial character and is mainly populated by the descendents of the Maya.
1995
Guatemala
Antigua
 Carved wooden window grill.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Shopping arcade in the city centre.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Street scene.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Cathedral
 The San Jose Cathedral.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Cathedral
 The Cathedral was built in 1545.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Street with flowers.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 A quiet craft market in the ruins of a church.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 The carved facade of San Pedro Church.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
San Carlos Borromeo University
 The University of San Carlos Borromeo dates from 1559.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
San Carlos Borromeo University
 The entrance.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
San Carlos Borromeo University
 The courtyard is bounded by thick earthquake proof walls.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 The Arch of Santa Catalina (dating from 1609) is all that remains of two convents that it once linked.
1995
Guatemala
Antigua
 Pastel coloured houses and cobbled streets.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Residential building.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Convent of Santa Clara
 The Convent of Santa Clara was founded by nuns from Puebla in Mexico.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Convent of Santa Clara
 The convent dates from 1699.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Convent of Santa Clara
 Earthquake damage. Antugua suffered earquakes in 1717, 1773 and 1976.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Yellow house.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Las Capuchinas
 Las Capuchinas is the ruins of a convent.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Las Capuchinas
 The convent was founded in 1726.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Las Capuchinas
 The cloisters.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Woman walking along a colonial street.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Antigua at 1530m is surrounded by volcanos.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Monument to Landivar, a local poet.
1995
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 La Merced is a church set on a small plaza.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 The side of the building has a small shrine.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 La Merced is one of the most ornate churches in the city.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 The courtyard contains the largest fountain in Antigua.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 Carvings on the fountain.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 The upper level.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
La Merced
 View of the fountain.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Small plaza.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Tree lined road.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 The edge of the city.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Tree lined street.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Casa Popende
 Phlox.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Local bus.
1995
Guatemala
Antigua
 The bus stand.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
 Busy bus for the surrounding villages.
1995
Guatemala
Antigua
Market
 Antigua is famous for its busy and colourful market.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Market
 The market attacts people from the surrounding villages.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Market
 Baskets.
1991
Guatemala
Antigua
Market
 Ceramics.
1991
Guatemala
Alotenango
 Alotenango is a small village on the slopes of Volcan Agua.
1991
Guatemala
Alotenango
 The village was called Vucuc Caquix before the arrival of the Spanish.
1991
Guatemala
Alotenango
 The Spanish arrived in 1524.
1991
Guatemala
Alotenango
 The village cemetary.
1991
Guatemala
Alotenango
 The cemetary with Volcan Agua.
1991
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 The Village of Santa Maria de Jesus.
1991
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 The village is on the slopes of Volcan Agua.
1991
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 Bus stand.
1991
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 The village church.
1991
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 Earthquake damage.
1991
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 Market.
1991
Guatemala
Santa Maria de Jesus
 The villages are Cakchiquel.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango is a Quiche Mayan town at 1965m.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango is overlooked by a cemetary containing Mayan altars.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 The main church.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Worship at the main church includes pre-Hispanic rituals.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango is famous for its twice weekly market.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango has one of the largest markets in the country.
1995
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Vegetable sellers.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Clothing stall.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Food stall.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Fruit and vegetables.
1995
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Festival masks.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Festival masks on sale.
1995
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 The masks are used in the local pre-Hispanic festivals.
1995
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Clothes sellers.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 The market in Chichicastenango is one of the most colourful in the country.
1991
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Chichicastenango is a hilly town.
1995
Guatemala
Chichicastenango
 Colonial house.
1995

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