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Rebecca Herbert Sep 13
👉 This is a collateral damage that these communities are used to live. Because of the irresponsibility of the people of San Andrés Itzapa. when the rainy season comes the trash goes down to all these sectors.
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Challen Willemsen Sep 13
A short clip to go with the photo I uploaded yesterday. 477 flowers on this orchid spike! Oncidium fasciculatum.
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Challen Willemsen Sep 19
Brassia maculata grows as an epiphyte (on trees) or lithophyte (on rocks) at low altitudes from Mexico to Nicaragua, and in Cuba and Jamaica.
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Passport Explored Sep 18
You already know that I’m going to be posting nonstop photos for a while so might as well get used to it 🤷‍♂️
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Challen Willemsen Sep 15
An enormous specimen of Epidendrum ciliare overtaking a rock where my grandparents planted it many decades ago.
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Sara A. Carter Sep 11
. and gave $1.2 Billion during their 8yrs in office. Now a high level Guatemalan official tells me "majority of funds designated to aid his nation’s poorest rarely reaches those who need it most." **READ & SHARE**
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Bretni Giselle Sep 15
Happy Independence Day to the Motherland ❤️🇬🇹💙💙💙
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Passport Explored Sep 17
I just returned from my second trip to in the last two years. I'm forever grateful to the beautiful people of this country who have shown me so much love and respect during my time there. Thank you Guatemala and may you forever retain your traditions and culture.
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Mike Dorning Sep 10
JEEZ! This is a U.S. immigration judge: “Want me to go get the dog?” the judge yelled at a 2-year-old Guatemalan boy. “Do you want him to bite you?” . via
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Diana Sosa Sep 18
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Challen Willemsen Sep 12
This specimen of Oncidium fasciculatum never fails to impress! 477 flowers on a single inflorescence this year.
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UNESCO Sep 13
Good news! An auction in Paris of a collection of objects, taken from , has been stopped. This decision respects history and supports communities defending their cultural heritage, symbols of Humanity's . We all have a responsibility to protect them.
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Mysteries Unexplained Sep 14
Video footage was taken Guatemala in a place called Paten. What are thoughts!? . . .
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Trócaire Sep 17
We're here at highlighting communities in that live under the threat of violent eviction from large corporations. We have an immersive experience which includes a prison cell, large images and a TV screen. Come say hello!
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Ricard Busquets 9h
Happy climate action today in Guatemala City.
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Becky Morales Sep 15
Happy Independence Day ! Our students enjoyed the parade in Chicago:
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Arcos Press Sep 15
Face of a stranger - Stela 4 from , , AD 380, depicts the ruler Yax Nuun Ahiin I also named 'Curl Nose' possibly an outlander from who married into the local ruling dynasty at Tikal.
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Jo-Marie Burt Sep 13
So honored to call these badass human rights defenders my friends.
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