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Sunday in Plaza Mayor

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posted by Terry Pridemore alias Terry Pridemore Worldwide Photography on Monday 6th of June 2022 08:01:35 PM

This is the central plaza with the Cathedral of St. James in Antigua, Guatemala. Antigua, Guatemala was the Spanish colonial capital for all of Central America and southern Mexico in the 17th and 18th centuries. The city was abandoned after a 2nd large earthquake destroyed the city in the late 18th century and the capital was relocated to Guatemala City. In the 19th century, the inhabitants began reconstruction. Today the city is fully reconstructed with the old cobblestone streets and many fine examples of Spanish colonial Baroque architecture. There are several beautiful churches, convents, monasteries, administrative buildings, and other buildings, homes and palaces. There are boutique hotels, fine restaurants, bars and other nightlife, and a lively street scene.

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  • Published 09.30.22
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