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mariposas_viajeras wrote a review Jul 2019
New York City, New York81 contributions10 helpful votes
It is another important landmark of Guatemala city. Good to see for what it represents, and the history behind it.
Date of experience: May 2019
Giuseppe S wrote a review Apr 2018
Antwerp, Belgium869 contributions136 helpful votes
Guatemala has been hit by 36 years of civil war so , unsurprisingly, many monuments , statues, fountains are entitled to peace and the peace treaties after the civil war.
Date of experience: February 2018
MitziMarmot wrote a review Feb 2018
Casper, Wyoming1,631 contributions117 helpful votes
This is a pretty sculpture symbolizing the peace treaty of their civil war. There is a pedestrian bridge closeby which offers a nice view of the statue and of the city.
Date of experience: January 2018
Juan-Manuel101 wrote a review Nov 2016
Antigua, Guatemala53 contributions12 helpful votes
The sculpture is a nice one with a lot of meaning since it was made to symbolised the sign of the Peace Accords and the end of the deadly conflict that latest 36 years.
Date of experience: August 2016
Quasimama wrote a review Jan 2016
Florence, Wisconsin1,601 contributions285 helpful votes
Located in the middle of a fountain in a plaza between the Ministerio de Finanzas Publicas and the Municipalidad de Guate, this is one of several monuments celebrating peace between the various factions during Guatemala's long 36 year civil war. Altho you may not notice at first, both hands are LEFT hands! This is true of all the similar monuments to peace around the city. Our trusted guide explained that this was intentional, as "it was the left hands that held the guns, and they now hold symbols of peace (doves, white roses, etc)."…
Date of experience: September 2015