See also:Guatemala, rob m . W.N.W. of Guatemala city, on the right
See also:bank and near the source of the
See also:river Salegua, a tributary of the
See also:Chiapas . Pop . (1905) about 12,000 . Huehuetanango was built near the site of the
See also:Indian city of Zakuleu, now represented by some ruins on a neighbouring
See also:ridge surrounded by deep ravines . It is the
See also:town of a fertile upland region, which produces
See also:cocoa and many
See also:European and tropical fruits . Chiantla, a neighbouring town mainly inhabited by
See also:Indians, was long the headquarters of a successful Dominican
See also:mission; its convent, enriched by the gifts of pilgrims and the revenues of the
See also:silver mines owned by the monks, became one of the wealthiest
See also:foundations in Central
See also:America . It was secularized in 1893, and the mines have been abandoned .
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