This small hotel in downtown Guatemala has hundreds of authentic Mayan artifacts, pots, plates, vases, figurines, and other pre-Columbian art. The FLAAR Photo Archive recently recorded some of the highlights of this collection.

Archaeologists who are working in the Escuintla or Costa Sur area should make a point of visiting this study collection.

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