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Photos marked as were added from 23 September 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santiago de Atitlan
Catholic Church
 The saints' clothes are changed every year.
1995
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santiago de Atitlan
House of Maximone
 The House of Maximone.
1995
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santiago de Atitlan
House of Maximone
 Maximone is worshipped in a decorated private house that changes location every year.
1995
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santiago de Atitlan
House of Maximone
 Maximone is a popluar saint who is banned by the Catholic Church.
1991
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santiago de Atitlan
House of Maximone
 Maximone is represented by a manikin dressed in many scarves, a hat and shoes.
1995
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santiago de Atitlan
House of Maximone
 Worshipping Maximone.
1995
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Cruz la Laguna
 Santa Cruz la Laguna and Volcan Toliman.
1991
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Cruz la Laguna
 The village is set by the lake.
1991
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Cruz la Laguna
 The main church.
1991
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Cruz la Laguna
 The upper village.
1991
Guatemala
Lake Atitlan
Santa Cruz la Laguna
 Houses on the slopes.
1991
Guatemala
Solola
 Solola (2110m) is a town built on a ledge 600m above lake Atitlan.
1991
Guatemala
Solola
 The market is one of the most colourful in Guatemala.
1991
Guatemala
Solola
 The busy market occurs on Fridays.
1991
Guatemala
Solola
 Market scene.
1991
Guatemala
Solola
 Painted caskets.
1991
Guatemala
Solola
 Furniture.
1991
Guatemala
Solola
 Loading the buses.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 The village of Todos Santos.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Todos Santos is a Mam village that still uses the 260 day Mayan calendar.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 The village is at 2480m.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Todos Santos is one of the most interesting villages in the highlands.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Wooden house.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Much of the village is at 2480m.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Mam house.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 A group of houses.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Cemetary.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 The village is spread over a large rural area.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 A cluster of houses.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Hillside houses.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Traditional Mam house.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 Valley floor.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
Market
 The Saturday market draws people from all around the region.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
Market
 Pig for sale.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
Market
 Traditional Mayan sandles.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
 A funeral.
1991
Guatemala
Todos Santos
Festival
 All Saints Day is celebrated in Todos Santos by a large costumed festival.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 Quetzaltenango is Guatemala's second city.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 Quetzaltenango is a modern city with much Greek style architecture.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 The exterior of the Greek style Town Hall.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 The courtyard of the Town Hall.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 The Cathedral is behind a facade of an earlier one destroyed in the 1902 earthquake.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 The Parque Central is the centre of the city.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 The Palace of Culture.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 The Greek style Theatre.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 The Temple of Minerva.
1991
Guatemala
Quetzaltenango
 Eruption on the lower slopes of Volcan Santa Maria (3772m).
1991
Guatemala
Zunil
 The village of Zunil.
1991
Guatemala
Zunil
 The main church dominates the village.
1991
Guatemala
Zunil
 Street scene.
1991
Guatemala
Zunil
 Rural scene.
1991
Guatemala
Zunil
 The village is Quiche.
1991
Guatemala
Zunil
 The beautiful setting of the village.
1991
Guatemala
Zunil
Market
 The weekly market is very colourful.
1991
Guatemala
Zunil
Market
 The market is very busy.
1991
Guatemala
Almolonga
 Almolonga is a Quiche village on the slopes of a volcano.
1991
Guatemala
Almolonga
 Houses in the village.
1991
Guatemala
Almolonga
Market
 Market day is once a week.
1991
Guatemala
Almolonga
Market
 The market is very busy.
1991
Guatemala
Concepcion
 Concepcion is a quiet Mam village.
1991
Guatemala
Concepcion
 Local transport.
1991
Guatemala
Concepcion
Market
 The small weekly market.
1991
Guatemala
Concepcion
San Martin
 The village of San Martin.
1991
Guatemala
Concepcion
San Martin
 The village overlooks Concepcion.
1991
Guatemala
Concepcion
San Martin
 Wooden shop.
1991
Guatemala
Totonicapan
 The village of Totonicapan is at 2500m.
1991
Guatemala
Totonicapan
 Loading furniture onto a bus.
1991
Guatemala
Totonicapan
 Ceramics.
1991
Guatemala
Totonicapan
 The busy market.
1991
Guatemala
Momostenango
 The village of Momostenango at 2220m.
1995
Guatemala
Momostenango
 The main plaza.
1995
Guatemala
Momostenango
 Material for sale.
1995
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
 San Fransisco El Alto (2610m).
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
 San Fransisco El Alto is a Quiche village.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 San Fransisco El Alto has Guatemala's largest market.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 View over the country's largest market.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Loading a bus.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 The market is very busy.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Vegetables.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Fruit and spices.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 The market is extensive.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Many people at the market.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Wool.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Food stalls and baskets.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Spices.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 Baskets.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Market
 A pig for the animal market.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 San Fransisco El Alto is famous for its animal market.
1995
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Buying cows.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 The weekly animal market is the largest in Guatemala.
1995
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Chickens.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Woman with a pig.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Pig.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Animals for sale.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Animals for sale.
1991
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Struggling with a pig.
1995
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 Woman with yellow blouse.
1995
Guatemala
San Fransisco El Alto
Animal Market
 The edge of the village.
1995
Guatemala
San Pedro Sacatepequez
 The small village of San Pedro Sacatepequez.
1995
Guatemala
San Pedro Sacatepequez
 Loading the buses.
1995

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