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Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala

This incredibly huge university with 150 000 students dates from year 1676 and is well reputated in Central America.

1A Avenue, Guatemala City, Guatemala

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  • Plaza España, Guatemala City

    Plaza España

    This mighty roundabout has a beautiful monument in the middle which is often decorated by lights and is nice to be seen at night!

  • Tower of the Reformer, Guatemala City

    Tower of the Reformer

    The Reformer refers to Guatemalan President J. R. Barrios. To honour him, there is a 75-meter tall steel tower. Resemblance of Eiffel tower.

  • Zona Viva, Guatemala City

    Zona Viva

    Bustling area of the city! You can see busy workers running to work, teens hanging out and couples strolling. The nights are unforgettable!

  • National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Guatemala City

    National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

    Preserving the archealogical and ethnological artefacts is the main goal of this hugely popular and smart museum.

  • Church La Merced, Guatemala City

    Church La Merced

    Admire the art pieces of this church which were brought from another church which was destoryed in town of Antigua.

  • Zoo Aurora, Guatemala City

    Zoo Aurora

    Used to be one of the largest gardens of Guatemala until the extension of the airport. Zoo divided into different animal continent sections.

  • Popol Vuh Museum, Guatemala City

    Popol Vuh Museum

    Another bewildering collection of Pre-Columbian Mayan art. Especially ceramic art and stone sculptures made this museum famous!

  • Obelisk, Guatemala City

    Obelisk

    This obelisk has a symbolic meaning. It represents the freedom and independence of Central America. Paradoxically built under a dictator.

  • Plaza de la Constitución, Guatemala City

    Plaza de la Constitución

    This is the best place to start off your sightseeing in the city. Vibrant and remarkable! Also known as Parque Central.

  • Miraflores Museum, Guatemala City

    Miraflores Museum

    This museum contains halls of fascinating Mayan wonderland. You can see the artefacts of Maya city of Kaminaljuyu.

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