This photo was taken in the village of San Pedro Las Huertas, about 3 kilometers from Antigua Guatemala.
I don’t remember if I have ever shared this piece of information with you before, but most villages belonging to the Antigua Guatemala municipality, if not all, have cobblestone streets. I don’t know if this is by law, remember Antigua Guatemala has a protection law, or simply because the Muni of Antigua Guatemala decide to differentiate its municipality from other municipalities near by, but the end result, either way, is that villages within the Antigua Guatemala municipality have cobblestone streets, which makes them different and more authentic than other villages in the department of Sacatepéquez. Does anybody know if this is by law or by preference?
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