Antigua Guatemala’s Grid from Above

Antigua Guatemala's Grid from Above

La Antigua Guatemala is quite small city, or town rather. It is about 10×10 block grid. Could you believe that with three photos like today’s I can cover the entire city. Come back tomorrow if you want to see one more piece.

Even more incredible is the fact that I have published 1,164 pages, over 1800 photos, plus videos and music about this tiny town.

Okay, for today’s trivia game, describe where in the photo above are the San Francisco El Grande Church, El Carmen and Las Capuchinas ruins? Good luck to all participants!

Twitter, Twitpic and Facebook Aside: Starting today, if you begin to follow AntiguaDailyPhoto in Twitter @AntiguaDP and/or in Twitpic, you will receive photos taken just moments earlier and weather, events and news text updates through the day. Also, Erin, a loyal reader of AntiguaDailyPhoto created a group in Facebook so you can also follow the updates in Facebook. Follow the white rabbit to see the first updates. Enjoy!

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  • Lo más más más ^^ increíble es que todas sean tan bonitas, y que aún te falten muchas más tomas por hacer, “this tiny town” tiene material!!!

    Saludos 🙂

  • Rachel

    I love how the purple trees just “pop”!

  • Thomas Wheler

    OH Yes I noted one thing this is the second grid shot of the city and both breath taking . Come and see for Yourself In my 37 years of going to Antigua It’s a beauty spot of the world

  • Thomas Wheeler

    Opps Sorry I left a reply and it didn’t take This grid shot is one of most wonderful things to see out of many, and I have been going to Antigua for the past 37 years Sincerely Thomas

  • I’m pretty sure that shot is looking south down 2nd and 3rd Avenue. If correct, it should be easy to point out where the landmarks are. I’ll leave that to someone else.

  • stephanie

    I love how the jacarandas stand out.

  • @Andreita, gracias por la palabras amables. Tienes razón, esta pequeña ciudad tiene mucho por ofrecer aún.

    @ Rachel, oh yes jarandas are very noticeable around Antigua Guatemala.

    @Thomas, you are in love with Antigua Guatemala, right?.

    @Mark, you are right about the avenues… you should venture in pointing some of the landmarks that you recognize.

    @Stephanie, me too. I like the wonderful color of jacarandas.