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Edificio de Correos Central, Guatemala City
Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
Once the central post office of the Guatemala, Edificio de Correos Central remains a cultural institution in the heart of the city. Built in the 19th century, it sits as a classic example of colonial architecture. Arches, which are prominent throughout the building, both support the structure and act as a styling cue. Find an abundance of arch shaped windows as well as a central bridge connecting two buildings, which is held up by an arch. The building houses art and musical classes as well as one of the best symphony orchestras in the country. For Edificio de Correos Central and beyond, use our Guatemala City itinerary planner to get the most from your Guatemala City vacation.
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Bella edificación, se ha mantenido y conservado durante muchos años y a la fecha bien administrado por la Municipalidad de GuatemalaBeautiful building, has been maintained and preserved for many years and to date well managed by the municipality of Guatemalashow original
El lugar es impresionante de donde se vea, como patrimonio cultural e historico muy recomendado, asi como para tomar fotografias en su exterior e interior, solo hay parqueos privados, no te aconsejo p... read more »The place is impressive where it is visible, as cultural heritage and historic highly recommended, as well as for taking pictures on their outside and inside, there are only private parking, I advise no parking outside or away from the area if you take camerashow original
Hermoso pero pequeño lugar que alberga la oficina de correos y la escuela municipal de artes y música. Se recorre en 10 minutos, entrada libre y gratuita.Small but beautiful place that houses the post office and the municipal school of Arts and music. Runs in 10 minutes, free entrance.show original
Una belleza de arte
Museo de Correos
Edwin Eduardo Raymundo Canahuias called the sculpture of the Lord that is behind the other Lord than this hung in electric power pole?show original
Cristian MontenegroBeautiful architecture ❤️show original
Stuardo LavarredaBecause the young ladies are very slow to work. And rather they spend playing between them. And if a foreigner appears least pride. And they are very abusive. Just chatting and they spend. Just talking and playing with them. While people waiting to be served.show original
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