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Museo Popol Vuh
- Museo Popol Vuh
- THE AMERICAS
- Alt Name:
- Popol Vuh Museum
- Guatemala City
- Guatemala City,
- Guatemala National Archaeology and Etymology Museum, Yaxha,
Dos Pilas, Aguateca ,
about Museo Popol Vuh
Museo Popol Vuh is a museum of history and archaeology in Guatemala City, particularly concentrating on the Pre-Columbian era in Guatemala.
It has an extensive collection of art from this era, especially Maya art such as sculptures. Museo Popol Vuh is famed for its funerary objects, particularly urns.
Museo Popol Vuh has pieces from around the country, the oldest being a clovis projection point dating back to 9000 BC. Beyond the ancient world, Museo Popol Vuh has a colonial section and a twentieth century exhibit.
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Address: Museo Popol Vuh, 6 Calle Final, Zona 10, Guatemala City 01010
Phone: +502 2338 7896
Museo Popol Vuh is located in Guatemala City in Guatemala. Buses 63, 82, 101 and 40R stop nearby at the corner of La Reforma Avenue and 6th Street.
Museo Popol Vuh is open daily except Sundays, 9am-5pm (1pm on Saturdays). Entry costs Q35 for adults. Concessions available for children/students.
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