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Get to know the main attractions Antigua Guatemala has for you and your family,

You can find handmade products representative of various places in Guatemala, a whole palette of colors in textiles, paintings, objects in wood, clay, among others.
Here you can find a comparative sample of the weapons used by Spaniards and Indians at the time of the cultural interlace of the sixteenth century.
With great architectural beauty for been the seat of the University of San Carlos de Borromeo, you can admire in its corridors and rooms decorated with paintings, furniture, sculptures from the 16th to the 18th century.
A cultural route by several installed museums in which it was the Santo Domingo temple/convent and the Greater School of Santo Tomás de Aquino. Museum of Pre-Columbian Art and Modern Glass, Museum of Colonial Art, Archaeological Museum, Museum of Silverware, Museum of Popular Arts and Crafts of Sacatepequez and gardens.
An Archiepiscopal Palace with an architecture of the XVI century; has corridors, gardens, cloister major and minor, today home of the Sisters of Bethania that has paintings and sculptures of that time as well as a room with representative samples of the village handicrafts.
It has three museums: Casa K'ojom with Mayan instruments; Coffee Museum with the history of this grain and the description of the process; Rincón Sacatepequez with exhibition of typical costumes and crafts.
From the Jesuit Order it was College and Temple in the sixteenth and seventeenth century, in 1992 the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECID) began the restoration and opened a school: Training Center of Spanish Cooperation where today they carry different cultural activities

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Built at the beginning of the 18th century, this beautiful colonial monument, now in ruins, was the seat of the order of the Recoletos friars, an order that lived in poverty focused on missions to the indigenous people and was financed by noble activities and alms , so that the ecclesiastical community supported them economically.
This beautiful building served as the seat of government throughout Central America until 1773. It was for 200 years the residence of the Viceroy. The building of two levels with arches of half a point make this palace one of the most elegant monuments of Antigua Guatemala and a witness to the history of this city.
Building that ruled the ornate of the city and today continues with this practice since it is the Municipal Council of the city, on the ground floor is the Old Book Museum and the Weapons Museum.
Today is the icon of Antigua Guatemala, the arch goes back to the beginning of the seventeenth century whose function was a passageway for the nuns of the convent that required not to be seen while crossing the street. Each end and beginning of the year is celebrated with a variety of cultural shows.
It has a magnificent viewpoint where you can see the City of Antigua Guatemala. Santiago Square in honor to Santiago Apostle the Saint.
Excellent collection of indigenous costumes from Guatemala, where raw materials, techniques of Yejer are appreciated as the cultural background of them.

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It promotes artistic and cultural expansion in its various manifestations (music, theater, dance, painting, sculpture, literature, film, among others).
In 1680 the Cathedral acquired the grandeur whose vestiges we can see today. According to some historians, in its catacombs you can find the remains of the Conqueror Don Pedro de Alvarado as well as other personalities of the time.
Originally founded by a group of Poor Clares nuns from Puebla, Mexico in 1699. Its exterior is decorated between gardens and corridors of semicircular arches. You can still admire the vestiges of a beautiful convent.
Inside this temple is the tomb that keeps the remains of Saint Brother Pedro de Betancour, who in the colonial period did a lot of charitable work helping the poor, being attributed to him miraculous qualities.
Its exquisite baroque facade shows an extraordinary ornamental work done in stucco by Guatemalan hands. Inside the convent of the Mercedaria Order is one of the largest fountains of the City.
It began its construction in 1739, as an initiative of the Mercedaria Order but without the real permits allowed. In 1761, the school was closed by King Carlos III for lack of them; in 1765 the building was used for the offices of the Royal Customs, today you can see a beautiful garden with the traditional fountain from the time, surrounded by thick walls of rock that form rooms that remind us of the past.

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