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A Mayan Woman Works Carefully As She Weaves The Brightly Colored Traditional Guatemalan Huipil
71163247 - A Mayan Woman Works Carefully As She Weaves The Brightly Colored Traditional Guatemalan Huipil
Tikal is the ruins of an ancient city found in a rainforest in Guatemala. Ambrosio Tut, a gum-sapper, reported the ruins to La Gaceta, a Guatemalan newspaper, which named the site Tikal. The Berlin Academy of Science´s Magazine then republished the report
71105119 - Tikal is the ruins of an ancient city found in a rainforest in Guatemala. Ambrosio Tut, a gum-sapper, reported the ruins to La Gaceta, a Guatemalan newspaper, which named the site Tikal. The Berlin Academy of Science´s Magazine then republished the report
Tikal is the ruins of an ancient city found in a rainforest in Guatemala. Ambrosio Tut, a gum-sapper, reported the ruins to La Gaceta, a Guatemalan newspaper, which named the site Tikal. The Berlin Academy of Science's Magazine then republished the report
71105118 - Tikal is the ruins of an ancient city found in a rainforest in Guatemala. Ambrosio Tut, a gum-sapper, reported the ruins to La Gaceta, a Guatemalan newspaper, which named the site Tikal. The Berlin Academy of Science's Magazine then republished the report
Tikal is the ruins of an ancient city found in a rainforest in Guatemala. Ambrosio Tut, a gum-sapper, reported the ruins to La Gaceta, a Guatemalan newspaper, which named the site Tikal. The Berlin Academy of Science's Magazine then republished the report
71105117 - Tikal is the ruins of an ancient city found in a rainforest in Guatemala. Ambrosio Tut, a gum-sapper, reported the ruins to La Gaceta, a Guatemalan newspaper, which named the site Tikal. The Berlin Academy of Science's Magazine then republished the report
Tikal is the ruins of an ancient city found in a rainforest in Guatemala. Ambrosio Tut, a gum-sapper, reported the ruins to La Gaceta, a Guatemalan newspaper, which named the site Tikal. The Berlin Academy of Science´s Magazine then republished the report
71105116 - Tikal is the ruins of an ancient city found in a rainforest in Guatemala. Ambrosio Tut, a gum-sapper, reported the ruins to La Gaceta, a Guatemalan newspaper, which named the site Tikal. The Berlin Academy of Science´s Magazine then republished the report
A swimmer floats in a jungle river. This swimming hole is called Finca Paraiso and sits 40 minutes from the Guatemalan town of Rio Dulce.
71029728 - A swimmer floats in a jungle river. This swimming hole is called Finca Paraiso and sits 40 minutes from the Guatemalan town of Rio Dulce.
A man dives through a waterfall fed by hot springs and lands in the cool river flowing below.  This swimming hole is called Finca Paraiso and sits 40 minutes from the Guatemalan town of Rio Dulce.
71029727 - A man dives through a waterfall fed by hot springs and lands in the cool river flowing below. This swimming hole is called Finca Paraiso and sits 40 minutes from the Guatemalan town of Rio Dulce.
GUATEMALA  Gabriel Perez, native Guatemalan weaver, at work  Detail   Santa Catarina Palopo, on Lake Atitlan
70245198 - GUATEMALA Gabriel Perez, native Guatemalan weaver, at work Detail Santa Catarina Palopo, on Lake Atitlan