Panoramic picture of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Guatemala Maya textile, Museo Ixchel, Guatemala City. Many textiles in Guatemala are very colorful with amazing designs. Photography by Nicholas Hellmuth, FLAAR Photo Archive.

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