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I present to you Guatemala ! . In E nglish. By Shelbi Jefferson. MONEY$$$$. ABOUT GUATEMALAN QUETZAL. Currency…. . The money is Guatemalan quetzal (GTQ) I us dollar=7.89 guatemalan quetzal. MAPS/PLACES. FAMOUS PLACES IN GUATEMALA/LANDMARKS. CAPITAL OF GUATEMALA.

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I present to you guatemala

I present to you Guatemala! 

InEnglish

By Shelbi Jefferson


Money

MONEY$$$$

ABOUT GUATEMALAN QUETZAL


Currency

Currency….

  • The money is Guatemalan quetzal (GTQ)

  • I us dollar=7.89 guatemalan quetzal


Maps places

MAPS/PLACES

  • FAMOUS PLACES IN GUATEMALA/LANDMARKS

  • CAPITAL OF GUATEMALA


The capital of guatemala is guatemala city

The capital of Guatemala is Guatemala city


Important place tikal

Important place … Tikal

A Mayan city that flourished around 700 AD in modern-day Guatemala, Tikal is best known for its towering Temple of the Two-Headed Snake.


Important place the mothers monument

Important place… The Mothers Monument

Monument finished on May of 1966 by a Spanish sculptor, José Nicolás. It is memorial for all the Guatemalan mothers that take care of their children as the future of the society.


Important place san andres xecul church

Important place…San Andres Xecul Church

A small village in the Western Highlands of Guatemala, San Andrés Xecul is home to a brightly-painted Catholic church adorned with a fascinating array of Mayan, Christian and agricultural images.


Famous other important people

FAMOUS & OTHER IMPORTANT PEOPLE

PEOPLE IN GUATEMALA


I present to you guatemala



JACOBO ARBENZ (1913-1971) He became President of Guatemala in 1951 only to be ousted in a coup d'état engineered by the United States government and CIA in 1954.




I present to you guatemala

RIGOBERTA MENCHU Nobel Peace Prize-winner whose work publicized the suffering of Guatemalans during the 1960–1996 Civil War


I present to you guatemala

MARCO PAPPA Former midfielder for the Chicago Fire who also represented Guatemala in the qualifiers for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.


The flag

The Flag

  • About the Guatemalan flag


The guatemalan flag

The Guatemalan Flag


What it means

What it means

the blue stripes represent the fact that Guatemala is located between 2 oceans. The white in the middle holds Guatemalas coat of arms.


Celebrations

Holidays and other things celebrated in guatemala

celebrations


I present to you guatemala

  • HolidaysAll religious holidays are celebrated in Guatemala including Christmas, Easter and All Saints' Day. Other holidays are New Year's Day - 1 January, Labour Day - 1 May, Independence Day - 15 September (1821) and Revolution Day - 20 October.


The arts

The arts


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Art

  • Guatemala is particularly well known for weaving with designs dating back many centuries.

  • Other crafts are ceramics and jewelry


Music

Music

  • . Music is important in Guatemalan culture. Most towns have a marimba band (the marimba is an instrument similar to a xylophone). Other traditional instruments are drums and flutes. Stringed instruments, such as guitars, were introduced by the Spanish.


I present to you guatemala

food


Foods

foods

  • Meat, such as chicken, is served with rice and vegetables. Beans, carrots, cassava, onions, plantains, peppers and tomatoes are grown.

  • Desserts include sweet pastries and custards. Tropical fruits are bananas, mangoes, papayas and pineapples.

  • Fruit juices and coffee are produced in Guatemala.


Languages

Languages


Languages spoken

Languages spoken

  • Sixty percent of the population speak Spanish and forty percent speak Amerindian languages.


Climate geography

Climate & geography


Climate

Climate

  • The climate of Guatemala is tropical. The rainy season is from May to October.


Geography

Geography

  • The terrain is mountainous with narrow coastal plains and limestone plateau.


Resources

Resources


I present to you guatemala

http://www.worldinfozone.com/

http://www.google.com/

http://www.famousbirthdays.com/birthplace/guatemala.html

http://coinmill.com/GTQ_USD.html

http://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi&ei=9vabUpzVOcb0oAT3koHQBg&ved=0CAQQqi4oAg

http://www.sacred-destinations.com/guatemala/sacred-sites


Adios amigo

GOOD BYE

Adios amigo!!!!


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