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  1. Guatemala - Culture Smart!: the essential guide to customs & culture by Lisa Vaughn, 2007-06-05
  2. Culture and Customs of Guatemala (Culture and Customs of Latin America and the Caribbean) by Maureen E. Shea, 2008-10-30
  3. In Focus Guatemala: A Guide to the People, Politics and Culture by Trish O'Kane, 1999-02
  4. Culture of Fire.(Guatemala)(Brief Article): An article from: E by Megan Epler Wood, 1999-07-01
  5. Early cultures and human ecology in south coastal Guatemala (Smithsonian contributions to anthropology) by Michael D Coe, 1967
  6. Inverse Images: The Meaning of Culture, Ethnicity, and Family in Postcolonial Guatemala by John Hawkins, 1984-12
  7. Maya Ethnolinguistic Identity: Violence, Cultural Rights, and Modernity in Highland Guatemala by Brigittine M. French, 2010-03-01
  8. Toltec influence on the postclassic culture history of highland Guatemala by Robert M Carmack, 1968
  9. Guatemala (Cultures of the World) by Sean Sheehan, Magdalene Koh, 2009-03
  10. Guatemalan Culture: Music of Guatemala
  11. The Mayan movement today: issues of indigenous culture and development in Guatemala by V??ctor, and Esquit Choy, Alberto G??lvez Borrell, 1997
  12. Culture, self-directed learning readiness, and per capita income in five countries.: An article from: SAM Advanced Management Journal by Paul J. Guglielmino, Lucy Madsen Guglielmino, 2006-03-22
  13. Executive Report on Strategies in Guatemala, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by Guatemala Research Group, The Guatemala Research Group, 2000-11-02
  14. The Hawaiian coffee planters' manual. With notes of the methods of coffee culture practised in Guatemala, Brazil, Liberia and Ceylon

1. Guatemala Culture
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5. Culture Of Guatemala - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The culture of Guatemala reflects strong Mayan and Spanish influences and continues to be defined as a contrast between poor Mayan villagers in the rural highlands, and the urbanized
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The cuisine of Guatemala reflects the multicultural nature of Guatemala, in that it involves food that differs in taste depending on the region. Guatemala has 22 departments (or divisions), each of which has very different food varieties. For example Antigua Guatemala is well known for its candy which makes use of many local ingredients fruits, seeds and nuts along with honey, condensed milk and other traditional sweeteners. Antigua's candy is very popular when tourists visit the country for the first time, and is a great choice in the search for new and interesting flavors. Many traditional foods are based on Maya cuisine and prominently feature corn, chiles and beans as key ingredients. Various dishes may have the same name as a dish from a neighboring country, but may in fact be quite different for example the

6. Guatemala - History & Culture
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History The early history of Guatemala is marked by the rise and fall of Mayan civilisation between approximately 2000 BC and 1500 AD The sciences of mathematics, astronomy, agriculture and architecture were astutely developed by the Maya who also made great strides in the complex areas of socio-politics and economics. The hieroglyphics they developed to convey their thoughts have not yet been totally deciphered and are found in their codex, stelae and monuments as well as in the evolution of their ethical, aesthetic and religious thinking. The epicentre of ancient Mayan civilisation was the region of El Petén in the north. Their legacy can still be found over an area of more than 125,000 square miles and five countries. Today, we still call this El Mundo Maya - the World of the Maya - who lived not only in Guatemala, but in

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8. Guatemala Attractions – Best Attractions In Guatemala – Tripwolf
best sights and cultural attractions travel guide for Guatemala. The top 10 sights and cultural attractions include Tikal, Museo Ixchel del Traje Ind gena, Museo Popul Vuh

9. Art And Culture In Antigua Guatemala | Around Antigua
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Mayan Culture and History
The Mayan Culture is considered to be one of the largest culture in the American continent because of their knowledge in sciences, astrology and more. This civilization was born during the third millennium before Christ, living in a 320,000 square kilometers territory, taking in regions of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Belize and part of El Salvador.

10. WPR Article | In Guatemala, Culture Of Violence Is Legacy Of Civil War,
GUATEMALA CITY Guatemala is a nation still traumatized by a 36year civil war that ended 10 years ago. A land of stunning natural beauty, with live volcanoes and jungles
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11. Kids Culture Center - Guatemala
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Welcome! If you are looking to immerse yourself or your child in Guatemalan culture we have the resources for you here. The CULTURE and KIDS PAGE sections contain Guatemalan culture at your fingertips. You can learn some basic Guatemalan culture without leaving your computer screen. The EVENTS section contains listings of Guatemalan Cultural Events around the country. This section is updated frequently to keep you informed of the most current happenings we've discovered. RESOURCES contains regional 'permanent' Guatemalan activities, such as Guatemalan Cultural Centers, Language schools, etc.. We are always looking to add to this list, so please CONTACT US if you know of a great resource in your area. The LINKS section contains links to websites we've found informative and think our readers will also. And PRODUCTS contain what we consider to be the finest selection of culturally enriching items available. Perhaps reading a book about Guatemala to your child will provide you with an opportunity to discuss your child's rich cultural heritage. Enjoy! Kids Culture Center
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12. Antigua Guatemala: Culture - TripAdvisor
Inside Antigua Guatemala Culture Before you visit Antigua Guatemala, visit TripAdvisor for the latest info and advice, written for travelers by travelers.

13. Guatemala Culture | IExplore
Guatemalans wave goodbye in a unique manner, which looks similar to someone fanning themselves. The hand is raised, palm facing the body and fingers are waved back and forth

14. North & Central America Trip - Experiencing Real Guatemala Culture - As We Trave
North amp; Central America Trip Experiencing Real Guatemala Culture Hi everybody, It's been another action packed couple of weeks, and we're glad to be

15. Mayan Culture
Information on Mayan culture, from the ancient legends and myths to the struggle of being respected in modern days, includes how to book your entire Guatemala travel needs!
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The Maya civilization was one of the grandest in the history of the world and the reason for its collapse is still shrouded in mystery. The ancient Maya occupied a vast geographic area in Central and South America from around 2000 BC until 1500 AD. The Mayan culture extended to parts of what is now Mexico, Honduras, and El Salvador, and most of Guatemala and Belize. During the Classical Period which lasted from the third to the ninth century, Maya civilization built awe-inspiring temples, pyramids and cities and formed a complex social and political order. Many of the remnants in Tikal reveal the culture of this ancient civilization. The Mayan culture excelled in many different fields, and testaments of their achievements are found throughout the area. Today descendents of the old Maya, or the Indigenous as the are locally referred to, account for more than 50% of the Guatemalan population. Their present culture is vibrant and thriving, best shown by the many traditionally dressed woman and children seen along the streets in the entire country. Weaving is one of the outstanding Maya craft, an ancient art that has survived uninterrupted for centuries and is now becoming famous all over the world. The Maya also make baskets, pottery and wood carved of animals, saints and brightly-painted toys and chests.

16. Guatemala - Kids Culture Corner
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    Do you know what Guatemala's flag looks like? Color the flag! Women in Guatemala work an average of 11.5 hours per day, more than any other women in the world. What kind of work do you think they do? Would it be similar to the work that women do in the United States or different? You can find the answers to these questions and many other interesting facts at this website with facts about all countries in the world There are 23 different Mayan languages spoken in Guatemala, but Spanish is spoken by 60% of the population. Try some Spanish language activities . This site includes an on-line English-Spanish picture dictionary and an on-line Spanish-English dictionary, as well as information, quizzes and pictures to color!

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18. Guatemala - Culture
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19. Culture Tours And Vacations In Guatemala
Culture tours in Guatemala We have compiled a list of culture tours in Guatemala. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator directly
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Guatemala Culture Tours We have compiled a list of culture tours in Guatemala. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator directly with any questions for ordering free brochures or booking. The list is updated frequently so visit often. Picture Name Highlight Price Mayan Explorer - MARVELUS
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Get this Orgenised trip and get an awesome vacation in Central America. This tour is perfect for travelers who wants to see the real Cultures, Natural Paradise and Mayan World. USD 900 - 1300 Per person Lake Atitlan and Chichicastenango
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If you only have a few days to visit Guatemala, and you are looking to get away of a busy schedule, this tour will provide you with relaxing moments in a lake that speaks for itself. USD 348 - 839 Per person Guatemalan Highlands
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See through your eyes why Guatemala is referred as the "Land of the Eternal Spring". Throughout this tour, you will visit indigenous communities, admire innumerable terraces, ridges. USD 499 - 1088 Per person Guatemala Highlands and Tikal
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Contact Supplier A visit to Guatemala would not be complete without visiting Tikal. Often referred as the New York of the Mayan World. Experience the sounds of a rainforest, and admire the best of the Mayan World.

20. Guatemala: Encyclopedia II - Guatemala - Culture
Main article Culture of Guatemala Influences of the Maya and the Spanish colonists are strong throughout Guatemala. In the cities, European influence (especially German) is well

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