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Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala

This incredibly huge university with 150 000 students dates from year 1676 and is well reputated in Central America.

1A Avenue, Guatemala City, Guatemala

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Attractions near to Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala

  • Plaza España

    This mighty roundabout has a beautiful monument in the middle which is often decorated by lights and is nice to be seen at night!

  • Tower of the Reformer

    The Reformer refers to Guatemalan President J. R. Barrios. To honour him, there is a 75-meter tall steel tower. Resemblance of Eiffel tower.

  • La Aurora International Airport (GUA)

  • Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Clothing

    This museum has interesting exhibitions through which it shows the art of clothing in Guatemala and also ceramics, jewelry and books.

  • Zoo Aurora

    Used to be one of the largest gardens of Guatemala until the extension of the airport. Zoo divided into different animal continent sections.

  • National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

    Preserving the archealogical and ethnological artefacts is the main goal of this hugely popular and smart museum.

  • Central Market

    Open daily. Buy fresh veggies and fruit or some souvenirs for your friends. Wide choice of handicrafts.

  • Zona Viva

    Bustling area of the city! You can see busy workers running to work, teens hanging out and couples strolling. The nights are unforgettable!

  • Miraflores Museum

    This museum contains halls of fascinating Mayan wonderland. You can see the artefacts of Maya city of Kaminaljuyu.

  • Estadio Cementos Progreso

    Known also as Estadio La Pedrera, this multi-use sports ground is the second biggest stadium in Guatemala.

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