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If you are going to be traveling anywhere around the country, or even if you are not, the Relief Map is a great starting point, and thrills everyone who sees it. The whole country to scale, with high towers for overlooking it. After getting a...More
I was expecting another thing when I came. The place is free and is basically a map made out in concrete that someone made a couple of years ago.. It has some mountains and rivers and stuff... Its kind of old... I mean, you can...More
This is a must see for the tourists, the map itself is a sample of the mountains, volcanos, rivers, lakes and everything else there is, it has all the names of the cities and departments, it is very impressive. Actually there is a tourist guide,...More
I finally made it to visit the relief map after years of hearing about it. I is a pretty cool side trip in the city, and worth pondering all the work that was involved in creating it. There are other things to do in the...More
Interesting to see but that's all there is in the area. The place is dirty and tourists get hassled by sellers of a lot of stuff. If you happen to be near, check it out. Otherwise I would not recommend it.
This relief map is truly an amazing visit. It was done before modern technology was available and took many years to complete. It is a scaled replica of the country of Guatemala. Visitors will understand the lay of the land of Guatemala after a visit...More