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Temple of Minerva - Historical Building Salamá - Guatemala

This slightly unimpressive replica of the structure of a Greek temple was built in 1916 by liberal president Manuel Estrada Cabrera in honor of Minerva, goddess of knowledge, in the hope to encourage culture in Guatemala. The temple can make for a quick stop on your way to the Iglesia del Calvario.

Location:
End of 6a avenida, from south of parque central, Barrio del Calvario.
Salamá, Guatemala

Historical Building



Here are other activities in and around Salamá that may be of interest: Iglesia San Mateo, Villa Deportiva and Iglesia del Calvario.








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