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|U.S.A. Utah State, This album contains 60 pictures The State of Utah is a very scenic area to visit. Whether you just prefer sightseeing, rock climbing or photography, you will find it here. The Canyon Lands, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon or the Arches Nat. Park , are all worth seeing. Even Salt Lake City offers something for everyone, including the Mormon Temple and their world famous choir. Have a look at the following pictures and see if you agree.|
|Honduras, Central America This album contains 23 pictures This mountainous country has endured many wars, both from within it's own political corruptness as well as foreign interference. Presently there is a bit of hope. Honduras has a long history and has much to offer if only the people were allowed to prosper.|
Belize, an English speaking country in Central America
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England gave up it's last colony in 1981, despite Guatemala's claims to area sovereignty. Today British troops still stand guard over this country.
Belize has many Mayan ruins and boasts to having the longest barrier reef in the western Hemisphere.
Mexico, the world's largest Spanish speaking country
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With more than 17,000,000 people, many of them living in shanties, Mexico City is the world's second largest metropolitan area. In 1985 the city was rocked by an earthquake that left 9,000 dead and 95,000 homeless.
Tourism and petroleum products are leading earners of foreign exchange.
More than 14,000 documented archaeological sites testify to the dazzling past of the Mayan and Aztec civilizations.
Guatemala, its name means "Land of Trees"
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A thousand years ago the brilliant Mayan civilization flourished. Today a largely ladino citizenry, a mixture of Mayan-Spanish ancestry.
Warfare between guerrillas and government forces cost the lives of over 200,000 citizens and displaced a half a million people. In September of 1996 the warring parties agreed on terms to end the 36 year long civil war.