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Ranked #1 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Volcanos
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Ranked #2 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Owner description: At Mayan Creations we offer art pieces related to Antigua, and Guatemala in general, our artists are all Guatemalan, but... more » Owner description: At Mayan Creations we offer art pieces related to Antigua, and Guatemala in general, our artists are all Guatemalan, but sometimes we feature artists from other nationalities. We have photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, from the very classic to innovative and interesting presentations. The gallery is located only three blocks from the central park, what makes it simple and easy to find. « less
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Ranked #3 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Ranked #4 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Category: Specialty Museums
Owner description: Cacao and chocolate museum in Antigua, Guatemala. Learn about the history of cacao, the cacao tree and cacao in Guatemala.... more » Owner description: Cacao and chocolate museum in Antigua, Guatemala. Learn about the history of cacao, the cacao tree and cacao in Guatemala. ChocoMuseo has its own artisanal chocolate factory which makes chocolate from organic Guatemalan cacao beans. ChocoMuseo also offers chocolate workshops to make your own chocolate. A unique experience for the whole family. « less
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Ranked #5 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Specialty Museums
We are a cigar shop that has a private living room smoke room. Come and visit us and allow us to invite you in. See you soon.
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Ranked #6 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: Destroyed twice by earthquakes, this 1548 church was rebuilt in the 1700s to withstand earthquakes and boasts a lovely yellow... more » Owner description: Destroyed twice by earthquakes, this 1548 church was rebuilt in the 1700s to withstand earthquakes and boasts a lovely yellow façade and a huge stone fountain, reputed to be the largest in Central America. « less
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Ranked #7 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Volcanos
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Ranked #8 of 34 attractions in Antigua
This town square, with tree-lined streets and old colonial buildings, is a popular gathering place for locals and tourists.
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Ranked #9 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Category: Religious Sites
The original church, constructed in 1543 was damaged in an earthquake and was rebuilt in the 17th century.
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Ranked #10 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Category: Ancient Ruins
Owner description: This massive convent was a thriving community of nuns from 1736 until the 1773 earthquake, after which it was abandoned. Now... more » Owner description: This massive convent was a thriving community of nuns from 1736 until the 1773 earthquake, after which it was abandoned. Now open to the public, tranquil gardens, sparse nuns’ cells and a terrific view from the roof make this a popular attraction. « less
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Ranked #11 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Category: Ancient Ruins
Owner description: This monumental arch was built as a passageway between the monastery and adjoining school. The buildings were constructed to... more » Owner description: This monumental arch was built as a passageway between the monastery and adjoining school. The buildings were constructed to accommodate an increase in religious followers during the 17th century. « less
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Ranked #12 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Category: Religious Sites; Ancient Ruins
Owner description: One of many ruined churches in the city, this multi-domed church is often visited by pilgrims seeking answers to their... more » Owner description: One of many ruined churches in the city, this multi-domed church is often visited by pilgrims seeking answers to their prayers from Friar Hermano Pedro, the beatified 17th-century monk buried inside. « less
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Ranked #13 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Ranked #14 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Ancient Ruins
Owner description: First constructed in the 17th century, this church was destroyed by earthquakes and rebuilt many times. What can be seen... more » Owner description: First constructed in the 17th century, this church was destroyed by earthquakes and rebuilt many times. What can be seen today are the remains from the last earthquake in 1976. « less
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Ranked #15 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Category: Ancient Ruins
These ruins, like so many others in the city, are the effects of several devastating earthquakes over the last 200 years.
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Ranked #16 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Specialty Shops
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Ranked #17 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Specialty Museums
textile museum
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Ranked #18 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Historic Sites
This grand palace, parts of which are still in various stages of restoration, is home to several government offices.
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Ranked #19 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
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Ranked #20 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Specialty Shops
Owner description: Our company has evolved as a leader in reintroducing Maya jade to the world through the discovery, mining and working of... more » Owner description: Our company has evolved as a leader in reintroducing Maya jade to the world through the discovery, mining and working of Guatemala's fine jadeite jade. Guatemala shares with Myanmar (formerly Burma) the distinction of being one of the world's major sources of this fine stone. Jades S.A., now Jade Maya, made the decision to re-establish a jade carving industry in Guatemala and opened its doors in the 1970's and remains the largest jade operation in Central and South America. Jade Maya is a totally integrated jade company founded in 1974 by archaeologist Mary Lou Rindinger and her husband Jay Ridinger. We mine fine jadeite jade which is found mainly in Guatemala and Burma, but valued throughout the world. The source discovered and used by Jade Maya, are the same used by the Ancient Maya people of Mesoamerica. The jade is cut and polished in our factory by native Guatemalan workers who are recovering and preserving the carving traditions of their ancestors. The raw jade is transformed into pre-Columbian style museum quality replicas and exquisite handmade unique fine fashion jewelry. All finished products go directly into our showroom, wisely avoiding the middleman and providing a superior product at a superior price. Jade Maya presently has eight shops in Guatemala, our main showroom and factory is located at 4a. Calle Oriente No. 34, Antigua Guatemala, Central America. « less
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Ranked #21 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Historic Sites
Casa Popenoe is the tangible manifestation of the human spirit of enterprise, of great undertakings, of meeting challenges.
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Ranked #22 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Ranked #23 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Specialty Museums
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Ranked #24 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Shops
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Ranked #25 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Parks
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Ranked #26 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: History Museums; Government Buildings
Designed by architect Diego de Porres, this city hall building now houses the Museo de Santiago and Museo del Libro.
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Ranked #27 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: History Museums
This small museum of historic artifacts and weapons is located in the Town Hall.
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Ranked #28 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Volcanos
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Ranked #29 of 34 attractions in Antigua
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Ranked #30 of 34 attractions in Antigua
Category: Art Museums
Art and architecture of the 16th and 17th centuries are exhibited in this local museum.
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