Parramos, Chimaltenango, Guatemala
The 20th Anniversary of the Guatemalan Peace Accords
de los hermanos y hermanas
que dieron su vida luchando
por el buen vivir de sus comunidades
y de Guatemala
Fundación Guillermo Toriello
Comunidades de Parramos
En el XX Aniversario de la Firma de la paz
25 de Febrero de 2016
Día Nacional por la Dignidad de la víctimas.
In tribute to the brothers and sisters
that gave their lives struggling
for a better life for their communities
and for Guatemala
Guillermo Toriello Foundation
Communities of Parramos
On the 20th Anniversary of the Signing of the Peace Accords
February 25, 2016
National Day of Dignity for the Victims of the Guatemalan Conflict
Erected 2016 by Fundación Guillermo Toriello y Comunidades de Parramos.
Location. 14° 36.569′ N, 90° 48.108′ W. Marker is in Parramos, Chimaltenango. Marker is on 1a Avenida Poniente just from 1a Calle Sur, on the right when traveling north. Touch for map. The marker is just to the east of the Parramos central park, on the front of the Catholic church.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 10 kilometers of this marker, measured as the crow flies. General Justo Rufino Barrios (approx. 6 kilometers away); José Simeon Cañas Chimaltenango Memorial to the Victims of Guatemala's Armed Conflict (approx. 6.1 kilometers away); Santa Catarina Barahona (approx. 6.6 kilometers away in Sacatepéquez); Tragic Accident in San Antonio Aguas Calientes (approx. 7.3 kilometers away in Sacatepéquez); Tree of Saint Peter (approx. 8.2 kilometers away in Sacatepéquez); Mariano Navarrette (approx. 8.6 kilometers away in Sacatepéquez); 100th Anniversary of the Cross of San Bartolomé Becerra (approx. 8.7 kilometers away in Sacatepéquez).
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