Guatemala is a country with a lot of cultural diversity. The four ethnic groups in Guatemala are:
  • Xincas
  • Garifunas
  • Ladinos
  • Mayas
  1. Xincas: This ethnic group is disappearing because few people can still speak the language. the group of people who can still speak it are really old people above 65.
  2. Garifunas: The garifunas came to America because of a brittish/french invasion in the island of San Vicente. People they captured were taken to Nigeria and Roatan, Honduras.
  3. Ladinos: Ladinos are the people who are not spanish or indigenous. Their main language is spanish and have some Mayan cultures.
  4. Mayas: this civilization created lots of things such as the mayan calendar. the main towns of Mayas are:

Source: firstcourseforum.blogspot.com

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