Vintage Guatemala map

Guatemala is one of the most beautiful countries of Central America, it is an ideal destination for exploration, discovery, and leisure due to its biological, cultural and scenic diversity integrated in relatively small area (108,889 km2). You will find in the country a series of 36 volcanoes, three of them being active, miles of volcanic sand beaches, impressive mountain forests, exuberant rainforests, exotic birds, shining lakes, roaring rivers, wetlands of world importance, even a group of archaeological sites that speak about more than 3,500 years of history, as well as the traditional colors and cultural expressions of a millenary people.

Quetzal guatemalteco Guatemalan Гватемальский кетсаль

and largest city
Guatemala City
14°38′N 90°30′W
Official languages Spanish
Ethnic groups (2001) ·         59.4% Mestizo·         41% indigenous

·         9.1% K’iche’

·         8.4% Kaqchikel

·         7.9% Mam

·         6.3% Q’eqchi’

·         8.6% other Mayan

·         0.2% indigenous non-Mayan

·         0.1% others

Demonym Guatemalan
Government Unitary presidential republic
Legislature Congress of the Republic
Independence from the Spanish Empire
 – Declared 15 September 1821
 – Declared from the
First Mexican Empire
1 July 1823
 – Current constitution 31 May 1985
 – Total 108,889 km2 (107th)
42,042 sq mi
 – Water (%) 0.4
 – 2014 estimate 15,806,675[3] (66th)
 – Density 129/km2 (85th)
348.6/sq mi
Currency Quetzal (GTQ)
Time zone CST (UTC−6)
Drives on the right
Calling code +502
ISO 3166 code GT
Internet TLD .gt

Guatemala National Flag City Light Night Bokeh Background 3D

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