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Heritage Sites, Guatemala in North America

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Panorama of the Great Plaza in the ruins of the Mayan civilization in Tikal National Park Featured Heritage Sites Print

Panorama of the Great Plaza in the ruins of the Mayan civilization in Tikal National Park

Guatemala, Temple I, or Temple of the Great Jaguar, is a funerary pyramid dedicated to Jasaw Chan K'awil, who was entombed in the structure in AD 734, The pyramid was completed around 740?750 and rises 47 meters or154 feet high, The North Acropolis is in the foreground, with the Central Acropolis and roofcomb of Temple V in the background, Tikal National Park, is an archeological site of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization and since 1979, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site

© Jon G Fuller / Eye Ubiquitous

Number 3 on concrete wall Featured Heritage Sites Print

Number 3 on concrete wall

An old concrete turquioise facade with a metal number 3 in Antigua, Guatemala.
Antigua is one of the most important and most visited destinations in Guatemala. The colonial architecture of its old center, many museums, galleries, hotels, restaurants, bars and a cosmopolitan ambiance make this city a destination itself. Antigua is as a partially restored colonial city with majestic churches and monasteries and cobblestone streets. Antigua was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979

© 2017 Kryssia Campos

View through Arco de Santa Catalina (Santa Catalina Arch) Antigua Guatemala Featured Heritage Sites Print

View through Arco de Santa Catalina (Santa Catalina Arch) Antigua Guatemala

Santa Catalinaa??s Arch or Arco de Santa Catalina is probably the most iconic place in Antigua Guatemala, it was was built in 1693 - 1694 to allow nuns to cross the street without being seen.
Antigua and Santa Catalina Arch are today a favorite tourist destination. Antigua is as a partially restored colonial city with majestic churches and monasteries and cobblestone streets. Antigua was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979

© 2017 Kryssia Campos