Guatemala - an archaeological site in Mayan civilization


Image Credits: Dennis Jarvis

Human settlers in 1511 became the history of Guatemala. With little contact with cultures outside Mesoamerica, the Mayan development (2,000 BC – 250 AD) was amongst those that succeeded in the region. Maya cities, most of the great classic era, had been wild by the year 1000 AD. Until the arrival in 1525 of Pedro de Alvarado, Spanish Conquistador, states in the Guatemalan central highlands grew. He was known to be the invader, conquering over the Indian states with his militaries. This nation got its own independent in 1821, and fully independent in 1841. Steep volcanoes, massive rainforests and ancient Mayan sites became a well-known country in the world and national palace of culture like national museum of archaeology depict in its capital city. Central Park is very exciting and interesting which faced to giant volcano.


Image Credits: Fernando Reyes Palencia


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