San Lorenzo, San Marcos, Guatemala
Birthplace of General Justo Ruﬁno Barrios
Lugar de nacimiento de General Justo Ruﬁno Barrios
Gral. Justo Rufino Barrios
como un homenaje del gloriosos I.A.V. Hall San Marcos
Cuerpo de Ar. Sup. Sub. V. C. Als. Prom. XXV
Cnl. Dem. Pedro Vidal Cifuentes R.
Cnl. Dem. Oscar Somoyoa B.
Tte. De Inf. Luis A. Manrique Reyes ∙ Carlos E. Bonilla Cetino ∙ Abimael E. Veliz Colib ∙ Baudilio Charchal Ramos ∙ Cap. As. Miguel Ochoa Fuentes
Promocion XXV ∙ Sarg. II E. Martinez Barrios, Edwin ∙ Sarg. II D. Mendoza Herrera, Marvin ∙ Gonzales Menchu, Juan ∙ Villatoro Alfaro, Baudilio ∙ Ramirex Orozco, Fredy ∙ Orozco Fuentes, Pablo ∙ Cabo E. Rosales Rodas, Luis ∙ Gutierrez Rodas, Joel ∙ Vasquez Fuentes, Olivar ∙ Ventura Merida, Williams ∙ Cabo D. Gonzalez Mendez, Marvin ∙ Vasquez Orozco, Jener ∙ Munguia de Leon, Jose ∙ Rosales Hernandez, Erik ∙ Ricardez Orozco, Hans ∙ Vasquez Vasquez, Danilo ∙ C. A. Barragan Velasquez, Fredy ∙ Barrios Rabanales, Juan ∙ Bernerdo Tomas, Benedicto ∙ Escobar Gomez, Fredy ∙ Ochoa Barrios, Eberto ∙ Rabanales Reyes, Walter ∙ Sandoval Alfaro, Francisco
San Marcos, 5∙7∙92
As a tribute from the glorious
I.A.V. Hall San Marcos, XXV Promotion
[Names of student officers in the XXV Promotion]
San Marcos, May 5, 1992
Location. 15° 2.076′ N, 91° 44.398′ W. Marker is in San Lorenzo, San Marcos. Click for map. The marker and monument can be seen near the entrance of the historical site of General Justo Rufino Barrios' birthplace.
Other nearby markers. At least 5 other markers are within 10 kilometers of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Centenary Park San Lorenzo (approx. half a kilometer away); Monument to Barrios (approx. 6.4 kilometers away); General Miguel Garcia Granados (approx. 8.9 kilometers away); The 150th Anniversary of San Marcos Department (approx. 9.2 kilometers away); Justo Rufino Barrios (approx. 9.5 kilometers away).
Regarding Birthplace of General Justo Rufino Barrios. Justo Rufino Barrios was born on this site on July 19, 1835. He went on to overthrow the conservative government of Cerna in 1871 as part of the Liberal Revolution. He led Guatemala until 1885 when he was killed while leading troops in the battle of Chalchuapa, El Salvador while attempting to reunite the Central American countries under his leadership.
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