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Guatemala. Paisajes. Mirador Cuchumatanes

Guatemala. Paisajes. Mirador Cuchumatanes

Breathtaking shot of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. photo by John von Wodtke of Altiplano.

Breathtaking shot of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. photo by John von Wodtke of Altiplano.

Storm in Tikal (Peten, Guatemala. Mayan Ruin Rising Above the Jungle in Guatemala

Storm in Tikal (Peten, Guatemala. Mayan Ruin Rising Above the Jungle in Guatemala. Even cooler to know that I have stood in the same spot as this photographer.

Verdes campos vistos desde el camino de Cachil hacia San Nicolas, Baja Verapaz, Guatemala

Verdes campos vistos desde el camino de Cachil hacia San Nicolas, Baja Verapaz, Guatemala

:::Ciudad de Guatemala::: - Page 34 - SkyscraperCity

:::Ciudad de Guatemala::: - Page 34 - SkyscraperCity

Aguacatán, Huehuetenango, Guatemala... take me back there please, as fast as you can, I miss it so much... I wanna go back there so badly I could just cry... :*-)

Aguacatán - Vista a Aguacatán

Tikal, Antigua, Landscapes, Scenery, Food, Paisajes

Acatenango is a stratovolcano in Guatemala

Volcan Acatenango, Guatemala is the higher of the twin peaks to the right, the lower being Yepocapa. The smoke plume rises above Volcan Fuego. This photo was taken from the slopes of Volcan Agua, about 8 miles away.

Huehuetenango

Huehuetenango

Espíritu del Chuvá #YoAmoAGuatemala: Hay lugares que por su belleza, su historia o su simbolismo son auténticos íconos de todo el país

Espíritu del Chuvá #YoAmoAGuatemala: Hay lugares que por su belleza, su historia o su simbolismo son auténticos íconos de todo el país

Coban, Guatemala It's a beautiful place! I love to be back this weekend!! I'm…

Coban Guatemala It's a beautiful place! Here you relax with these backyard landscaping ideas and landscape design.

Tikal (tee-KAL) is a ruined Maya city located in the northern Petén province of Guatemala. During the heyday of the Maya Empire, Tikal was a very important and influential city, controlling vast stretches of territory and dominating smaller city-states. Like the rest of the great Maya cities, Tikal fell into decline around 900 A.D. or so and was eventually abandoned. It is currently an important archaeological and tourism site.

Guatemala and Belize Travel: From Caribbean islands to ancient Mayan ruins, this Central American travel route is wonderfully varied and exciting.

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