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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 GUATEMALA ADDING HOLID AYS Food GOVERNME NT CREATE POP ULAT ION tap and hold to change this header text! -Spanish: 60% of population-Amerindian: 40% of population Languages Tourism Grand Plaza: Temple I and Temple IIThe Tikal Futura Mall LOCATION By: Mexico, Belize, Honduras, and El SalvadorWater Bodies: lake izabal, dulce River, el Gulfete, and Amatique bayCapital city: Guatemalan CityClimate: tropical - hot, humid in lowlands, cooler in highlands Type of Government: Constitutional Democratic RepublicLeader: President Otto Fernandez Perez MolinaMoney: Guatemalan Quetzal, 1 US Dollar= 7.65 quetzals -January1: New Years Day-April 6: Easter-May1: Labor Day-June 30: Army Day-August 15: Assumption (Guatemala City only)-September 15: Independence Day-October 20: Revolution Day-December 24: Christmas Eve (afternoon only)-December 25: Christmas Day-December 31 New Years Eve (afternoon only) Typical Breakfast: black beans, friend plantain slices, fresh cheese, and eggsTypical lunch: meat and poultry Typical dinner: seafoodTraditional dishes: fiambre and Guatemalan cuisineRecognized ingredients: sausage, cold cuts, Brussel sprouts, onions, beets, cheese, olive, and chickenUnrecognized foods: pacaya flowerTypical fruits: bananas, mangos, papayas, pineapples, and watermelon Typical vegetables: lettuce, tomato, cabbage, and potatoesTimes to eat: eat with other people, lunch is most important, eat mornings, afternoons, and evenings 14,647,083 people
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