town, eastern Guatemala, situated at 738 feet (225 metres) above sea level along the San José River. Although the town is old, it grew greatly in ...
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Zacapa is a city in eastern Guatemala, along the Río Grande de Zacapa. It is renowned locally for its manual crafting of cigars, hard dry cheese and a flavored cake made with said cheese (Quezadilla). Zacapa once was a bustling railroad stop and attracted a fair number of non-Guatemalan immigrants, it is not unusual to find people whose surnames
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