Inside Finca Filadelfia Coffee Plantation

Rudy Giron: AntiguaDailyPhoto.com &emdash; Inside Finca Filadelfia Coffee Plantation

I have said it before and I am repeating again here, both Panchoy and Almolonga valleys are surrounded by three volcanoes and mountain ranges which served as funnels during the rainy season collecting tremendous amounts of water; much more than can be consumed by all the trees and plants on the hills around La Antigua Guatemala, which by the way, remain evergreen year round.

These are some of the reasons why there’s an abundant supply of water in and around La Antigua Guatemala. This ample source, fuente in Spanish, of water can also help explain why there are thousands of fountains, fuentes in Spanish, and búcaros, half fountains embedded on walls, in and around La Antigua Guatemala.

Green should be Guatemala’s official colour, do you agree?

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  • El Canche

    Well Rudy, this is another of those photos that just get me sighing and saying: “When can I come to live in Antigua?”