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Guatemala (Guatemala)

LC control no.n 81019995
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Geographic headingGuatemala (Guatemala)
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Geographic subdivision usageGuatemala--Guatemala
Variant(s)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)
Associated countryGuatemala
Found inMomento (Guatemala, Guatemala). Momento, Año 1, no. 1 (1986): verso t.p. (Guatemala) cover p. 4 (Ciudad Guatemala, Guatemala)
Congreso Nacional de Archivística "J. Joaquín Pardo" (1st : 1986 : Guatemala, Guatemala). Documentos ... 1987?: cover (Guatemala de la Asunción)
Its Memoria de labores, 1986-1987: cover (Municipalidad de Guatemala)
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)
Iximulew, 21 de sept. de 1997: p. 2 (Ciudad de Guatemala)
Rukorb'aal poqomam q'orb'al, 1998: t.p. (Iximulew; Guatemala) verso t.p. (Guatemala, Guatemala, C.A.)
Rukorb'aal tz'ihb'anik poqomam q'orb'al, 1994: t.p. (Iximuleew; Guatemala) verso t.p. (Guatemala, Guatemala, C.A.)
The experiences of Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, 1999: t.p. (Guatemala City)
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)
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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