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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Guatemala
Zunil
 The village of Zunil.
Guatemala
Zunil
 The main church dominates the village.
Guatemala
Zunil
 Street scene.
Guatemala
Zunil
 Rural scene.
Guatemala
Zunil
 The village is Quiche.
Guatemala
Zunil
 The beautiful setting of the village.
Guatemala
Zunil
Market
 The weekly market is very colourful.
Guatemala
Zunil
Market
 The market is very busy.
Guatemala
Almolonga
 Almolonga is a Quiche village on the slopes of a volcano.
Guatemala
Almolonga
 Houses in the village.
Guatemala
Almolonga
Market
 Market day is once a week.
Guatemala
Almolonga
Market
 The market is very busy.
Guatemala
Concepcion
 Concepcion is a quiet Mam village.
Guatemala
Concepcion
 Local transport.
Guatemala
Concepcion
Market
 The small weekly market.
Guatemala
Concepcion
San Martin
 The village of San Martin.
Guatemala
Concepcion
San Martin
 The village overlooks Concepcion.
Guatemala
Concepcion
San Martin
 Wooden shop.
Guatemala
Totonicapan
 The village of Totonicapan is at 2500m.
Guatemala
Totonicapan
 Loading furniture onto a bus.
Guatemala
Totonicapan
 Ceramics.
Guatemala
Totonicapan
 The busy market.
Guatemala
Momostenango
 The village of Momostenango at 2220m.
Guatemala
Momostenango
 The main plaza.
Guatemala
Momostenango
 Material for sale.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
 San Fransisco El Alto (2610m).
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
 San Fransisco El Alto is a Quiche village.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 San Fransisco El Alto has Guatemala's largest market.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 View over the country's largest market.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Loading a bus.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 The market is very busy.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Vegetables.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Fruit and spices.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 The market is extensive.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Many people at the market.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Wool.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Food stalls and baskets.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Spices.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Baskets.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 A pig for the animal market.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 San Fransisco El Alto is famous for its animal market.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Buying cows.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 The weekly animal market is the largest in Guatemala.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Chickens.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Woman with a pig.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Pig.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Animals for sale.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Animals for sale.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Struggling with a pig.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Woman with yellow blouse.
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 The edge of the village.
Guatemala
San Pedro Sacatepequez
 The small village of San Pedro Sacatepequez.
Guatemala
San Pedro Sacatepequez
 Loading the buses.
Guatemala
Quirigua
 The village of Quirigua is surrounded by banana plantations.
Guatemala
Quirigua
 Bananas being packed for export.
Guatemala
Quirigua
 Houses in the village.
Guatemala
Flores
 Flores is a colonial town on the island of San Andreas.
Guatemala
Flores
 Flores is by Lake Paten Itza.
Guatemala
Flores
 Flores was founded in 1700 on the site of a Mayan city called Tayasal.
Guatemala
Flores
 Colourful wooden buildings.
Guatemala
Flores
 Quiet street scene.
Guatemala
Flores
 Wooden balcony.
Guatemala
Flores
 Hilly street.
Guatemala
Flores
 Fast food shop selling chicken and chips.
Guatemala
Flores
 Guest house overlooking the lake.
Guatemala
Flores
 View of the lake.
Guatemala
Flores
 The market.
Guatemala
Flores
 Market stall.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 Sambo Creek is a small village on the Atlantic Caribbean coast.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 Boat on the beach.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 The villagers live by fishing.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 The village is built from traditional materials.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 The hinterland is very fertile.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 Wooden house.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 Garifuna house.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 Fertile landscape surrounds the dwellings.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 House in the rain forest.
Honduras
Sambo Creek
 Settlement.
Honduras
Roatan Island
 Garifuna village.
Honduras
Roatan Island
 Small village.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 Oak Ridge is a port village.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 The port.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 Ship building.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 A traditional wooden church.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 Sailing boat.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 Boats in the harbour.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 Traditional wooden buildings.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 Shop.
Honduras
Roatan Island
Oak Ridge
 View of the picturesque harbour.
Honduras
Western Hills
 Typical Honduran town.
Honduras
Tegucicalpa
 Tegucicalpa is the capital of Honduras.
Honduras
Tegucicalpa
 The city was founded in 1578.
Honduras
Tegucicalpa
 The name means silver hill in Nahuatl.
Honduras
Tegucicalpa
 Two men in Plaza Morazan.
Honduras
Tegucicalpa
 Plaza Morazan is the city's main square.
Honduras
Tegucicalpa
 Balcony with flowers.
Honduras
Tegucicalpa
 The Presidential Palace.
Honduras
Tegucicalpa
 Small mobile shop.
Honduras
Santa Lucia
 The village of Santa Lucia.
Honduras
Santa Lucia
 Santa Lucia is a small mining village.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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