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  • Guatemala: Los Quiches y Tecun Uman

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    This is the Spanish translation of our previous blog “The Quiches and Tecun Uman”. Los Quiches Los Quiches son un pueblo originario del altiplano de Guatemala,  En tiempos precolombinos los quichés establecieron uno de los más poderosos estados de la región.  La última ciudad capital era Gumarcaaj, también conocida como Utatlán, cuyas ruinas se encuentran a […]

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  • Guatemala: The Quiches and Tecun Uman

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    The Quiches The Quiches is a Guatemalan original community in the highland. In the Pre- Columbian time the Quiches established one of the most powerful states in the region. Its last capital was in Gumarcaaj, also known as Utatlán. The ruins were found 2 km from Santa Cruz, Quiché, the El Quiché state, Guatemala. Tecun […]

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  • Guatemala: Independence celebrations and patriotic symbols

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    In September, Guatemalans spruce up most activities with symbols that represent patriotic values​​, derived from the commemoration of Independence. The patriotic symbols of our nation are an important part of our culture and heritage. National Flag The flag was the first patriotic symbol. The official colors of the national flag were established as three vertical […]

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  • Guatemala: Sexto Estado de los Altos

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    This is the Spanish translation of our previous blog “Sixth State of the Highlands”. Los Altos fue un país de América Central, que fue creado como el sexto Estado de las Provincias Unidas del Centro de América en los años 1,830. Su capital era Quetzaltenango y ocupaba lo que actualmente es el oeste de Guatemala […]

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