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The Highland Maya of Guatemala
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San Pedro 1941
Photographs by Benjamin and Lois Paul
Festivals of Guatemala
Photographs by Frank Mays
Semana Santa
Santiago Atitlán
Photographs by David Hamilton
Maya People Structures and More Lake Atitlan
   
 
The Artists
Nine galleries, each showcasing 18 of the best photographs portraying some aspect of Guatemala by photographers who have posted their photographs on the photo sharing website Flickr.
Photographs of Maya people of Guatemala. Photographs of the changing moods of  Lake Atitlán. Photographs of Highland Guatemalan Landscapes other than Lake Atitlán.
Photographs of Guatemalan Festivals and Celebrations. Photographs of Todos Santos Chuchumatán, one of the most traditional of the Maya pueblos. Photographs of Guatemalan Townscapes.
Photographs of all aspects of Maya Spirituality. Photographs of Guatemalan Colonial Buildings, mainly colonial churches. Photographs of Guatemalan Foods.
   
 
The Artists
Photo/foto: Antonio and/y Julian Coche Mendoza and family/ y familia
The artists of San Pedro la Laguna The artists of San Juan la Laguna
 
The artists of Santiago Atitlán The artists of San Juan Comalapa
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The border at left is from a section of a man's belt or faja in the style worn by the men of San Pedro la Laguna. Gudelia Cumes Pop de Hernandez wove this particular faja. It measures 8" wide and 10' 4" in length. The fringe (not shown) is of especially fine quality. Godelia gives inexpensive weaving classes for people visiting San Pedro la Laguna.