Santa Cruz del Quiché in Municipality of Santa Cruz de Quiché, El Quiché, Guatemala
El Quiché War Victims
“En memoria de las mujeres, hombres, jóvenes, niñas, niños del departamento de El Quiché, mártires de la guerra que heroicamente con su sangre derramada abonaron la paz en Guatemala.”
Coordinadora Nacional de Viudas de Guatemala CONAVIGUA
Santa Cruz del Quiché, 25 de febrero de 2002
Agradecimiento a: Programa Derechos Humanos y Reconciliación de USAI/CAII, Corporación Municipal de Santa Cruz del Quiché.
“In memory of the women, men, youth and children of the Department of El Quiché, martyrs of the war that heroically fortified the peace in Guatemala with their spilled blood.”
National Widows Committee of Guatemala
Santa Cruz del Quiché, February 25, 2002
In appreciation to the Human Rights and Reconciliation Program of USAI/CAII and the Municipality of Santa Cruz del Quiché
Erected 2002 by National Widows Committee of Guatemala.
Location. 15° 1.737′ N, 91° 8.946′ W. Marker is in Santa Cruz del Quiché, El Quiché, in Municipality of Santa Cruz de Quiché. Touch for map. The marker is at the extreme southern-western portion of the Central Park of Santa Cruz del Quiche. Marker is in this post office area: Santa Cruz del Quiché, El Quiché 14001, Guatemala.
Other nearby markers. Plaza Tecún Umán (a few steps from this marker); Founding of the Department of El Quiche, Guatemala (about 90 meters away, measured in a direct line); Manuel Tzoc, Founder of Nahualá (approx. 27.6 kilometers away in Sololá).
Regarding El Quiché War Victims. El Quiche department was one of the areas hardest hit during Guatemala's civil conflict of 1952-1998, with its indigenous population seeing some of the largest numbers of casualties during the 1980s.
Additional keywords. civil, armed, conflict
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