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I flew from Los Angeles to a Guatemala city the air route spending three time. The capital of this country seen from the window of the airplane is a plateau country of above sea level about 1500m to which all sides were enclosed in the mountain. Here is a city in eminent Central America.
It was crowded to both sides with the family type shops and a lot of people as shown in the city center. There were Executive Office of the President and a church in coming off of the town.There were Executive Office of the President and a church in coming off of the town.
And, a lot of roadside stands where the cloth and the craft goods that succeeded the tradition of ancient Maya were sold had gone out to a plaza wide in which being ahead of that.
This photograph does the scanning with CanoScan 5400F and is digitalization of the development photograph.

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The majority consists of the mountainous district in Guatemala when Guatemala faces the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, and excludes the coast part. Guatemala is economically a country of the inside title on the inside as well as El Salvador. Agriculture occupies 1/4 of the gross national product. Agriculture occupies 2/3 of the exports and the half of the work force is engaged. The staple goods trade is coffee, sugar, and a banana. Industry and construction occupy 1/5 of the gross national product. Ladino(indigenous people who make Europe and indigenous people's mixed blood and Spanish) and people who makes Europe ancestor account for 60.1% for the race in Guatemala and Maya indigenous people are accounting for 39.3%. Maya resident is chiefly occupying many to native people. 2/3 of the religions people is the most abundant in Roman Catholic and 1/3 is Protestant.

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