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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Street party. Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Street party. Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Street party. Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 21, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Street party. Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20th, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: A man in front of a shoe store. Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 20, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 19, 2016 - Chichicastenango, Guatemala: Chichicastenango is a small town of about 23,000 in the Western Highlands of Guatemala , surrounded by valleys and mountains. It is mostly renowned for its colorful markets, held on Thursdays and Sundays, where it is said that some of the most beautiful traditionnal Mayal textiles are sold. It starts early and lasts until the evening.The Festival of Santo Thomas is one of the largest celebrations in Guatemala. It is a combination of a city festival with traditional dances, a religious celebration by the Cofradia and the regular market. It starts December 13th and goes to December 22nd with the biggest day December 21st. There are Toros and Castillos of fireworks in the main square in the evening, after dark. Firecrackers and mortars are set off in front of the Church of Santo Thomas all day long.There are two religious processions per day, lead by the Cofradia carrying altars decorated with flowers and fruit collecting the saints from neighborhood chapels and taking them to the Church of Santo Thomas. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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December 16, 2016 - Huehuetenango, Guatemala: The Huehuetenango livestock and animal market where mainly pigs and poultry are sold, it one of the busiest and colorful markets in the region. Farmers and breeders arrive in buses and trucks at dawn, some cook and serve food for tourists and locals who come to purchase the animals. (Ziv Koren/Polaris)
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