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Guatemala City is the capital and largest city of Guatemala, located in North America, and is the most populous city in Central America

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Background imageGuatemala City Collection: The Lava Store at the base of Pacaya Volcano in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central

The Lava Store at the base of Pacaya Volcano in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: 6a Avenida Y Parque Centenario, Guatemala City, Guatemala

6a Avenida Y Parque Centenario, Guatemala City, Guatemala Date: circa 1950s

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Anthropomophic head, probably a censer, c. 1000-1500 (limestone)

Anthropomophic head, probably a censer, c. 1000-1500 (limestone)
XIR434130 Anthropomophic head, probably a censer, c.1000-1500 (limestone) by Mayan; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; (add.info.: Anthropozoomorphic head)

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Close-up of a Mayan funerary urn in the Popol Vuh Museum

Close-up of a Mayan funerary urn in the Popol Vuh Museum in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Eruption of highly active Volcan Pacaya

Eruption of highly active Volcan Pacaya, a popular tourist sight south of Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Philander C. Knox Visit To Central America And The West Indies - Knox In Guatemala City, 1912

Philander C. Knox Visit To Central America And The West Indies - Knox In Guatemala City, 1912. Creator: Harris & Ewing
Philander C. Knox Visit To Central America And The West Indies - Knox In Guatemala City, 1912. [US politician]

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Guatemala - Street Scene, Guatemala City, 1911. Creator: Harris & Ewing

Guatemala - Street Scene, Guatemala City, 1911. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Guatemala - Street Scene, Guatemala City
Guatemala - Street Scene, Guatemala City, 1911. ['Peluqueria Berlinesa - (Berlin Hairdresser's); Max Ueberschaer - Oficina Tecnica (technical workshop)']

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Men take part in a Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria Cristo Rey in the streets

Men take part in a Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria Cristo Rey in the streets
Men take part in a Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria " Cristo Rey" in the streets of downtown Guatemala City March 29, 2018. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Cups of cappuccino sit on a table during the World Coffee Conference in Guatemala City

Cups of cappuccino sit on a table during the World Coffee Conference in Guatemala City February 26, 2010. Guatemala will produce less coffee than previously forecast in the 2009/10 season due to bad

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Men carry religious images during the Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria in the

Men carry religious images during the Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria in the
Men carry religious images during the Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria " Cristo Rey" in the streets of downtown Guatemala City March 29, 2018. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Vultures fly over a broken cross in the Municipal Cemetery in Guatemala City

Vultures fly over a broken cross in the Municipal Cemetery in Guatemala City
Vultures fly over a broken cross in the municipal cemetery in Guatemala City, November 26, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: A dog takes cover from heavy rain outside a wooden house in San Jose Pinula

A dog takes cover from heavy rain outside a wooden house in San Jose Pinula, on the outskirts of Guatemala City, September 7, 2012

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: A man takes part in a Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria Cristo Rey in the

A man takes part in a Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria Cristo Rey in the
A man takes part in a Procession of Jesus Nazareno de Candelaria " Cristo Rey" in the streets of downtown Guatemala City March 29, 2018. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Steam rises from Fuego volcano (Volcano of Fire) as seen from San Juan Alotenango

Steam rises from Fuego volcano (Volcano of Fire) as seen from San Juan Alotenango, outside of Guatemala City, Guatemala November 19, 2018. REUTERS/Luis Echeverria TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Yaxha Archeologial site, Peten, Mundo Maya, Guatemala, Central America

Yaxha Archeologial site, Peten, Mundo Maya, Guatemala, Central America

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Shadow of a penitent carrying a wooden cross on a baton falls on ground as men dressed

Shadow of a penitent carrying a wooden cross on a baton falls on ground as men dressed
The shadow of a penitent carrying a wooden cross on a baton falls on the ground as men dressed in traditional Roman costumes carry a statue of Jesus Nazareno de los Milagros

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Cessna A-37B Dragonfly FAG-424

Cessna A-37B Dragonfly FAG-424
Fuerza Aerea Guatemalteca - Cessna A-37B Dragonfly FAG-424 (msn 43251, ex 69-6406), of the Escuadron de Ataque y Reconocimiento, at La Aurora-Guatemala City Air Force Base / international Airport

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Pilatus PC-7 219

Pilatus PC-7 219
Fuerza Aerea Guatemalteca - Pilatus PC-7 219 (msn 227), of the Escuadron de Ataque y Reconocimiento, at La Aurora-Guatemala City Air Force Base - International Airport, on 23 November 2007

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Jar depicting a man dancing wearing jaguar paraphernalia

Jar depicting a man dancing wearing jaguar paraphernalia
XBP351822 Jar depicting a man dancing wearing jaguar paraphernalia, found in a tomb at Altar de Sacrificios, Classic Maya (pottery) (see also 351823) by Mayan; height

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Lintel 3 from Piedras Negras, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900 AD) (stone)

Lintel 3 from Piedras Negras, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900 AD) (stone)
XIR428022 Lintel 3 from Piedras Negras, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900 AD) (stone) by Mayan; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Throne 1 from Piedras Negras, Usamacinta, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900) (stone

Throne 1 from Piedras Negras, Usamacinta, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900) (stone
JPC310162 Throne 1 from Piedras Negras, Usamacinta, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900) (stone) (detail of 310161) by Mayan; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Anthropomorphic vase, from Peten, Guatemala (earthenware)

Anthropomorphic vase, from Peten, Guatemala (earthenware)
JPC238285 Anthropomorphic vase, from Peten, Guatemala (earthenware) by Mayan; height: 35 cm; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Anthropomorphic censer, from Guatemala, Classic Period, 250-600 (terracotta)

Anthropomorphic censer, from Guatemala, Classic Period, 250-600 (terracotta)
XIR204522 Anthropomorphic censer, from Guatemala, Classic Period, 250-600 (terracotta) by Mayan; height: 22.8 cm; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Large tripodal dish depicting an actor or dancer, 600-950 (painted terracotta)

Large tripodal dish depicting an actor or dancer, 600-950 (painted terracotta)
XIR229330 Large tripodal dish depicting an actor or dancer, 600-950 (painted terracotta) by Mayan; diam: 35.6 cm; Museo Nacional de Historia, Guatemala City, Central America; out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Anthropomorphic statuette representing a goddess associated with the maize

Anthropomorphic statuette representing a goddess associated with the maize
LRI4688734 Anthropomorphic statuette representing a goddess associated with the maize, whistle function (clay) by Mayan; Museo de Arqueologia, Guatemala; (add.info.: Precolombian art)

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Tripod vase in painted clay

Tripod vase in painted clay
LRI4688522 Tripod vase in painted clay by Mayan; Museo de Arqueologia, Guatemala; (add.info.: Precolombian art, Mayan civilization, classical period: tripod vase in painted clay)

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Tripod vase in painted clay

Tripod vase in painted clay
LRI4688510 Tripod vase in painted clay. by Mayan; Museo de Arqueologia, Guatemala; (add.info.: Precolombian art, Mayan civilization, classical period: tripod vase in painted clay)

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Offering vessel in the form of a giant toad, Mayan, from Kaminaljuyu

Offering vessel in the form of a giant toad, Mayan, from Kaminaljuyu
XIR179438 Offering vessel in the form of a giant toad, Mayan, from Kaminaljuyu, 250-600 (volcanic lava) by Pre-Columbian; 52x105 cm; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Funerary Urn with holes from Mixco Viejo, Quiche, guatemala, Central America

Funerary Urn with holes from Mixco Viejo, Quiche, guatemala, Central America
JPC252803 Funerary Urn with holes from Mixco Viejo, Quiche, guatemala, Central America, Post classic Period (terracotta) by Mayan; height: 36 cm; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Funerary mask from Tikal, Peten, Guatemala, Early Classic Period (c

Funerary mask from Tikal, Peten, Guatemala, Early Classic Period (c
JPC238268 Funerary mask from Tikal, Peten, Guatemala, Early Classic Period (c.200-600 AD) (jade, mother of pearl & pyrite) (see also 238269) by Mayan; height

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Man in a sacrificial position against a step, Classic period, 250-950 AD (stone)

Man in a sacrificial position against a step, Classic period, 250-950 AD (stone)
XIR434128 Man in a sacrificial position against a step, Classic period, 250-950 AD (stone) by Mayan; 27.5x22 cm; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Guatemala (engraving)

Guatemala (engraving)
2783107 Guatemala (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Guatemala. Illustration for Journal Des Voyages, 4 January 1891.); © Look and Learn

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Throne 1 from Piedras Negras, Usamacinta, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900) (stone

Throne 1 from Piedras Negras, Usamacinta, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900) (stone
JPC310161 Throne 1 from Piedras Negras, Usamacinta, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (600-900) (stone) by Mayan; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Sacrificial knife, from Nakum, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (obsidian)

Sacrificial knife, from Nakum, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (obsidian)
JPC238272 Sacrificial knife, from Nakum, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (obsidian) by Mayan; lenght: 55 cm; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Necklace, from Topoxte, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (shell)

Necklace, from Topoxte, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (shell)
JPC238271 Necklace, from Topoxte, Peten, Guatemala, Late Classic Period (shell) by Mayan; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Vase depicting a ceremonial scene, Tepeu 1 Period, from Uaxuctun

Vase depicting a ceremonial scene, Tepeu 1 Period, from Uaxuctun
XIR201515 Vase depicting a ceremonial scene, Tepeu 1 Period, from Uaxuctun, 600-950 (polychrome stone) (see also 201516) by Pre-Columbian; height: 22 cm; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Jar depicting a man dancing with a snake, found in a tomb at Altar de Sacrificios

Jar depicting a man dancing with a snake, found in a tomb at Altar de Sacrificios
XBP351823 Jar depicting a man dancing with a snake, found in a tomb at Altar de Sacrificios, Classic Maya (pottery) (see also 351822) by Mayan; height

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Statuette, Tikal, Late Classic Period, 600-900 AD (ceramic)

Statuette, Tikal, Late Classic Period, 600-900 AD (ceramic)
5926375 Statuette, Tikal, Late Classic Period, 600-900 AD (ceramic) by Mayan, (7th-9th century); Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; Mexican, out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Jade collar, Late Classic period, 600-900 AD (jade)

Jade collar, Late Classic period, 600-900 AD (jade)
5926373 Jade collar, Late Classic period, 600-900 AD (jade) by Mayan, (7th-9th century); Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; Mexican, out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Covered tetrapod bowl, from Tikal, Peten, Guatemala, Early Classic Period (c

Covered tetrapod bowl, from Tikal, Peten, Guatemala, Early Classic Period (c
JPC238287 Covered tetrapod bowl, from Tikal, Peten, Guatemala, Early Classic Period (c.200-600 AD) (ceramic) by Mayan; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Funerary vessel with Teotihuacan influence, from Peten, Guatemala, Central America

Funerary vessel with Teotihuacan influence, from Peten, Guatemala, Central America
JPC252800 Funerary vessel with Teotihuacan influence, from Peten, Guatemala, Central America, Early Classic Period (c.300-600 AD) (ceramic) by Mayan; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Altar 10 from Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala, Maya Classic Period (600-900 AD) (stone)

Altar 10 from Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala, Maya Classic Period (600-900 AD) (stone)
JPC252616 Altar 10 from Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala, Maya Classic Period (600-900 AD) (stone) by Mayan; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Pelote marker depicting two players, Mayan, from Guatemala, 600-950 (stone)

Pelote marker depicting two players, Mayan, from Guatemala, 600-950 (stone)
XIR179439 Pelote marker depicting two players, Mayan, from Guatemala, 600-950 (stone) by Pre-Columbian; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Views in Guatemala (engraving)

Views in Guatemala (engraving)
1041772 Views in Guatemala (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Views in Guatemala)

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Cylindrical vase decorated with two men and a woman performing a ritual (clay)

Cylindrical vase decorated with two men and a woman performing a ritual (clay)
LRI4688525 Cylindrical vase decorated with two men and a woman performing a ritual (clay) by Mayan; Museo de Arqueologia, Guatemala; (add.info.: Precolombian art, Mayan civilization)

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Stele II, rectangular with relief depicting a figure standing on a platform

Stele II, rectangular with relief depicting a figure standing on a platform
XIR434131 Stele II, rectangular with relief depicting a figure standing on a platform, Pre-Classical period, c.1000 BC-250 AD (granite) by Mayan; height

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Statuette of a man (jade)

Statuette of a man (jade)
XIR434129 Statuette of a man (jade) by Mayan, (4th century AD); Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Guatemala City; (add.info.: Statuette d homme; ); out of copyright

Background imageGuatemala City Collection: Funerary urn with holes from Utatlan (Cumarcaaj), Quiche, Guatemala, Central America

Funerary urn with holes from Utatlan (Cumarcaaj), Quiche, Guatemala, Central America
JPC252802 Funerary urn with holes from Utatlan (Cumarcaaj), Quiche, Guatemala, Central America, Post Classic Period (terracotta) by Mayan; height: 36 cm; Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia



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