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Guatemala (Guatemala)


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    • Nueva Guatemala de la Asunción (Guatemala)
    • Ciudad Guatemala (Guatemala)
    • Guatemala de la Asunción (Guatemala)
    • Municipalidad de Guatemala (Guatemala)
    • Santiago de Guatimala (Guatemala)
    • Ciudad de Guatemala (Guatemala)
    • Iximulew (Guatemala)
    • Iximuleew (Guatemala)
    • Guatemala City (Guatemala)
    • Guate (Guatemala)
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  • Sources

    • found: Momento (Guatemala, Guatemala). Momento, Año 1, no. 1 (1986):verso t.p. (Guatemala) cover p. 4 (Ciudad Guatemala, Guatemala)
    • found: Congreso Nacional de Archivística "J. Joaquín Pardo" (1st : 1986 : Guatemala, Guatemala). Documentos ... 1987?:cover (Guatemala de la Asunción)
    • found: Its Memoria de labores, 1986-1987:cover (Municipalidad de Guatemala)
    • found: BGN gaz. Guatemala, 1984, via HathiTrust, May 15, 2017(references from Santiago de Guatimala [sic] and Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala la Nueva to Ciudad de Guatemala; reference from Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala to Antigua Guatemala)
    • found: Iximulew, 21 de sept. de 1997:p. 2 (Ciudad de Guatemala)
    • found: Rukorb'aal poqomam q'orb'al, 1998:t.p. (Iximulew; Guatemala) verso t.p. (Guatemala, Guatemala, C.A.)
    • found: Rukorb'aal tz'ihb'anik poqomam q'orb'al, 1994:t.p. (Iximuleew; Guatemala) verso t.p. (Guatemala, Guatemala, C.A.)
    • found: The experiences of Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, 1999:t.p. (Guatemala City)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 15, 2017:article "Guatemala City" (Guatemala City, locally known as Guatemala or Guate, is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Guatemala; Ciudad de Guatemala; Nueva Guatemala de la Asunción; settlement on the site began with the Maya who built a city at Kaminaljuyu; the Spanish colonists established a small town, which was made a capital city in 1775; 14°36ʹ48ʺN 90°32ʹ7ʺW) article "Timeline of Guatemala City" (founded in 1776 following the destruction by earthquake of former Spanish colonial capital Antigua)
    • found: Spanish Wikipedia, May 15, 2017:disambiguation page "Guatemala" ("Guatemala" can refer to, among other things, two cities: Ciudad de Guatemala, also called Nueva Guatemala de la Asunción, capital of the Central American country Republic of Guatemala; and Antigua Guatemala, colonial city of the Republic of Guatemala and the former capital of that county; also called Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala) article "Ciudad de Guatemala" (Guatemala City; official name Nueva Guatemala de la Asunción; capital and seat of government of the Republic of Guatemala; on the site of the ancient Mayan city Kaminaljuyú; in colonial times, site of a small city with a monastery called El Carmen, founded in 1620; the seat of government of the Capitaincy General of Guatemala was moved to the site in 1775 and the city acquired the name "Nueva Guatemala de la Asunción")
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    • 1981-04-04: new
    • 2017-05-16: revised
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