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

The Mayan language



The Mayan language (© (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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The Mayan language (Mayaa T'aan) is currently spoken by around 800,000 people, spread mainly in the Yucatán Peninsula. Since 2003 it has been recognised as a national language.

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