The biggest holiday in Guatemala is Semana Santa, which is a week long celebration that takes place around Easter (in March). They lay down large carpets made of flowers and leaves in intricate designs. They also celebrate Christmas and New Years, although not as passionately as some North Americans…
Guatemala became independent from Spain in 1821.
Guatemala City has been the capital since 1821
I think that Guatemala city is the capital of Guatemala because it is named after Guatemala.
The original capital city of Guatemala was Antigua. It was also called Guatemala, but in the early 1800s there were several earthquakes that caused the nearby volcano Agua to erupt. Only instead of erupti…
You neglected to say who "we" is, so we cannot give you a firm answer -- however, for the majority of the world, independence was gained from at least one of: Britain,France,Germany,Spain, andRussia.
whole grain rice
black and white beans
white eggs with a special yellow yolk
Mostly people only speak Spanish but some people speaks English, mostly the one's that can afford to receive English classes or to go to private schools.
How long does it take to fly from Tucson,az to Guatemala City
Guatemala City is the capital of Guatemala.
I want to say that you can. I'm actually wondering them same thing. The thing is driving through Mexico and can to bribe all those dang boarder control.
white: land between two seasblue: the seas
it takes 5 days if you just drive in the day time only with some stops 3 days if you drive all day and all night with limited stopsIt depends on where you are going. From point A to point B, Guatemala City to Harlingen, Texas is about 1200 miles and takes 2 1/2 days of driving from sunrise to sunset…
The Panama Canal runs through the capital of Panama, which is Panama City.Panama City, Panama.
Guatemala did not fight for its independence, it got it from the fight Mexico gave to the Spanish crown, they are free loaders, they never fought for nothing except among themselves.
Guatemala means land of trees and forest
Castillo family: Castillo Hermanos Corp. (holding of 82 companies), Cervecería Centroamericana, Inversiones Centroamericanas, Grupo Financiero Industrial y G&T Continental. Jorge Castillo Love is the president of the corporation. Herrera family: Pantaleón Sugar Holdings Gutiérrez and Bosch fa…
Answers: Belize's capital is Belmopan; Guatamala's is Guatamala City; Honduras's is Tegucigalpa; Nicaragua's is Managua; Costa Rica's is San Jose; and Panama's is Panama City.
Alvaro Arzu is the wealthiest person in Guatemala. He is the mayor of Guatemala city.
the climate in Guatemala is temperate which means it has a little from every season.
The land area of Guatemala is 41,865 sq mi (108,430 sq km); the total area is 42,042 sq mi (108,890 sq km).
Following are the 20 largest cities in Mexico. Twelve of them are over one million cities, and all of them account for 44% of total Mexican population (2010 census): Mexico City: 20,137,152Guadalajara: 4,434,252Monterrey: 4,080,329Puebla: 2,668,347Toluca: 1,846,602Leon: 1,792,047Tijuana: 1,751,302Ju…
1. They are somewhat puckish but in a playful way. 2. They normally have(had) seasons for toys inside their schools, Ex: the yo-yo season.3. This is a hard question :D
its known for care,love and there good and friendly with people '' Also it's known for Coffee because the best coffee is from Guatemala. The caffe that you buy in most places in the world is from Guatemala. Sugar and bananas are some of the products that you can also find there. You can also find M…
Otto Fernando Pérez Molina is the current President of Guatemala, having assumed office on January 14, 2012. He previously ran for president in 2007, but lost the run-off election to Álvaro Colom Caballeros.
Day of the Dead is celebrated on November 2nd. The previous answer stated that it was celebrated on Christmas Eve having to do with Jesus' birth.It has nothing to do with Jesus. It is a day when the veil between the living and the deceased is supposed to be thin. So people construct amazing kites wi…
Guatemala's total area is 42,043 square miles.
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Guatemala is located in Central America.It is between Belice, Honduras, Mexico and el salvador. it is a big place. the city is near el salvador.
Well ever since the eastern countries have stated that the west will wadge war upon them, they have decided to become allies so here is a list of all Allies in the east: RUSSIA, CHINA, NORTH KOREA, FRANCE, GERMANY, INDIA, EVERY SINGLE MUSLIM/ARAB COUNTRY FROM AFGHANISTAN TO MOROCCO, SOME COUNTRIES I…
Mexico City, the capital, is one of the world's largest cities, with a population of 21.16 million and an area of 7,854 square kilometers (3,032.4 sq mi).
In 1519, the Spaniards started several expeditions to Guatemala.
The country was founded by Captain Gonzalo de Alvarado and his
brother, Pedro de Alvarado.
Spanish is the main language, followed by around 22 Mayan languages. English is more related to job opportunities, but it's not used by or a established language that people use there.
One popular superstition is about the evil eye which is someone
looking at a child with envy in their eyes. This would bring the
child bad luck. Another superstition walking under ladders which is
also bad luck.
Guatemala is located in Central America. Guatemala's coastline is on the Pacific Ocean. You can find Guatemala on the southern tip of Mexico, between Mexico and Honduras. Guatemala's size is a bit smaller than Tennessee.
Guatemala is right next to the pacific ocean
One of them is the Mayan ruins, Tikal.
Guatemalans, as we prefer to be addresed, eat the very same food you eat. In fact there are many american based companies branches in Guatemala. If you visit Guatemala you can eat at a McDonald s restaurant, a a Wendy s, at a Pizza Hut, at a Hardee s, or at another place you like. But if you are a p…
September 15,1821 from Spain
Guatemala's economy is a Capitalistic economy (free-market). Their GDP is $24.7 billion as of 2011. Their main exports are: coffee, bananas, sugar, crude oil, chemical products, clothing and textiles, vegetables.
The Quetzal bird is the national bird of Guatemala. The Quetzal bird is on top of the scroll in the white part of the flag which says 'LIBERTAD DE 15 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 1821.
Just like in the US, different job sectors are available in Guatemala. Govt. jobs and engineering jobs are major fields. Teaching and education is a another major job sector. You can even find IT jobs there.
Antigua, Lake Atitlan, Tikal, Rio Dulce and many more. tell me more
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what is the closest plate boundary to Guatemala ?
Guatemala de el Rio grande
Guatemala borders 4 countries, 3 of which are Central American. From north to south, here are the Central American countries that border Guatemala; Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador.
Independence day is a big thing for all Guatemalans.A lot of Fireworks. Traditional Food like tamales (meat covered in cornmeal dough and baked or steamed in corn husks), rellenitos (black smashed beans covered in a plantain dough topped with sugar), and other traditional foods.You should look for i…
Some in America are Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Fransisco, and Las Vegas.
It is celebrated on December 25.
Dinosaurs eat their food by preparing their stomachs with stones to help the digestion of plants. etc
Approximately 15.47 million (2013).
It's name originating from the Aztec language, meaning 'land of forests,' Guatemala is mountainous. It's rainfall is influenced by the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and the Caribbean Sea. The average rainfall in Guatemala is 1,000 millimeters per year, mainly across the central part of the country.
Guatemala is in Central America, which is considered part of the continent of North America.WELL........I think that the continent Guatemala would belong to would have to be South America. I mean it's right next to the place! Does anyone look at a map anymore!?
they actually celebrate st. patties day!!
Guatemala gained independence from Spain on September 21, 1981.
Guatemala declared itself a sovereign republic in 1847 following
decades in fighting.
The official language is Spanish. About 59-60% of the population is
of European and Scandinavian descent. About 40% of the remaining
population is Amerindian. Many of them speak at least one of the 22
distinct Mayan languages.
-guatemala has 32 volcanoes! -Highly mountainous,-rising to 3,000 m,-Usumacinta river,-Motagua river,- Lake Peten Itza,-Lake de Atitlan,-Lake de Izaba-plains-surrounded by 2 large bodies of water(hints the two blue stripes on the flag)
It came to be more through political means than through a war. Imagine that, political changes can happen without violence!!!! While there had been some uprisings and strikes against Spanish rule, they mostly only impacted the indigenous people. The real independence apparently came because the sons…
1967 Nobel Prize (Literature): Miguel Ángel Asturias 1992 Nobel Prize (Peace): Rigoberta Menchú Artist: Ricardo Arjona
No, they are separate countries, both located in Central America.
Yes, Guatemala is a country in Central America. It is located south
of the Mexican border. It has a seacoast on both the Pacific Ocean
and the Carribbean Sea. The capital is Guatemala City. The country
has a population of about 14 million.Yes, Guatemala is a small country just south of the Mexican b…
the capital of Guatemala is Guatemala city.
Ricardo Arjona is one famous person in Guatemala. He is a
song-writer, musician and Grammy International Award winner. Also,
the famous soccer player named Carlos â??El Pescaditoâ??â?? Ruiz is
famous in his homeland of Guatemala.
Irish, as we prefer to be addresed, eat the very same food you eat. In fact there are many American based companies branches in Guatemala. If you visit Guatemala or at another place you like. But if you are a person who likes to eat human flesh you will find it in Guatemala where being a cannibal i…
The capitol of Guatemala is Guatemala City. Trust me on this one, I researched it. <3
Some famous people from Guatemala include Miguel Angel Asturias,
Ted Hendricks, and Carlos Ruiz. Others include Harris Whitbeck and
Tikal is a very famous monument in GUatemala
some foods are whole grain rice. black and white beans. bananas, meat, white eggs with special yellow yolk one thing bout the flag is that the white striple represents Guatemala between to oceans.
The population of Guatemala City is approximately 1,150,452 residents.
Mexico, Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador.
Soccer, baseball, and many others.
Guatemala is located in Central America. Guatemala city is the capital of Guatemala. The metro area population of Guatemala City is around 2.5 million.
Papian de pollo
One of them is called Jacobo Arbenz Guzman
Biography of Jacobo Arbenz Guzman
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Biography of Jacobo Arbenz Guzman:
1913 - Born on September 14th in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. Colonel Jacobo Arbenz G…
The Guatemala Bay is an inlet of the Caribbean Sea. It is important
because it in the prison in Central America for war criminals like
members of the Taliban and Al Quida.
El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Belize
Guatamalans. They are very nice people but it is one of the violent countries in the world.
A 1944 coup in Guatemala led to temporary military junta rule. The junta organized democratic elections, and Juan Jose Arévalo was the first democratically-elected president of Guatemala.
Coffee, sugar, and bananas are the leading commercial and export crops in Guatemala's mainly agricultural economy.
Prayer requests in Guatemala may be for good health, good weather
for working and growing food and prosperity. Prayers are offered
for all kinds of things from large global issues to the smallest
need of an individual.
Guatemala is a country in Central America. Guatemalan population
consists of 59 percent Latino people who are a mix of Mestizo or
Hispanicized peoples. The remaining population is Amerindian and
Mayan by descent.
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The population Guatemala is over 16 million. The majority of the
country's citizens live in and around the country's capital of