08 November 2012 05:39 | By Rafael Estefanía
Mayan people today

Several ethnic groups survive



Several ethnic groups survive (© (c) Rafael Estefanía)
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  • The survivors (© (c) Rafael Estefanía)
  • Several ethnic groups survive (© (c) Rafael Estefanía)
  • A street pedlar with a Barbie doll (© (c) Rafael Estefanía)
  • Nuns (© (c) Rafael Estefanía)
  • The Mayan language (© (c) Rafael Estefanía)
  • a hat seller at the Plaza Grande of the city, wearing all of his merchadise (© (c) Rafael Estefanía)
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It's estimated that in the former Mayan empire (Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Belize and the five Mexican states of Yucatán, Campeche, Quintana Roo, Chiapas and Tabasco) there are six million Mayan descendants today, from 25 different ethnic groups.

 

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