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List of Guatemala-related topics

The Coat of arms of Guatemala


The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Guatemala:

The Republic of Guatemala is a sovereign country located in Central America bordering Mexico to the northwest, the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, Belize and the Caribbean Sea to the northeast, and Honduras and El Salvador to the southeast.[1]

A representative democracy, its capital is Guatemala City. The nation has been stable since the conclusion of the Civil War in 1996 and has been in a state of continuous development and economic growth. Guatemala's abundance of biologically significant and unique ecosystems contribute to Mesoamerica's designation as a biodiversity hotspot.[2]

General reference

Geography of Guatemala

 Mexico 962 km
 Belize 266 km
 Honduras 256 km
 El Salvador 203 km
  • Coastline: 400 km

Environment of Guatemala


    • Flora of Guatemala
      • Trees of Guatemala

Natural geographic features of Guatemala

Regions of Guatemala

Administrative divisions of Guatemala

Main article: Administrative divisions of Guatemala
Departments of Guatemala
Municipalities of Guatemala

Demography of Guatemala

Main article: Demographics of Guatemala

Government and politics of Guatemala

Main article: Government of Guatemala and Politics of Guatemala

Branches of the government of Guatemala

Executive branch of the government of Guatemala

Legislative branch of the government of Guatemala

Judicial branch of the government of Guatemala

Main article: Court system of Guatemala
  • Supreme Court of Guatemala

Foreign relations of Guatemala

International organization membership

The Republic of Guatemala is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Guatemala

Main article: Law of Guatemala

Military of Guatemala

Main article: Military of Guatemala

History of Guatemala

Main article: History of Guatemala

Culture of Guatemala

Main article: Culture of Guatemala

Art in Guatemala

Sports in Guatemala

Economy and infrastructure of Guatemala

Main article: Economy of Guatemala

Education in Guatemala

Main article: Education in Guatemala

See also

References

External links

Atlas of Guatemala

  • DMOZ
  • Rights Action - Website of Rights Action, with special reports on mining, human rights, the struggles of indigenous people, and impunity
  • Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala = Website of Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala, with special reports on justice and accountability
  • Guatemala Human Rights Commission/USA - Website of the Guatemala Human Rights Commission/USA, with special reports on human rights, genocide trials, impunity, the Mérida Initiative, femicide, Bishop Gerardi's assassination, and more.
  • Que Pasa Magazines - Que Pasa Magazines are monthly resources dedicated to what's happening in Guatemala City and Antigua.
  • backpackguatemala.com - Online resource for backpacking Guatemala information. Travel, hotel, restaurant, and what's happening information.
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