September 2010 in Revue Magazine
Writer Kara Andrade gives us the inside story of this rare and important discovery, with some excellent images from on-site photographer Arturo Godoy. Godoy’s photograph on the cover is the head of a lidded fragmented vessel that has been nicknamed the “Dragon Head.”
September 15 is Guatemala’s Independence Day, and we offer two articles on this subject. Elizabeth Bell and Dwight Wayne Coop cover different angles of the history of Guatemala’s struggle for freedom.
Judy Cohen brings us the backstory of La Antigua’s Parque Central. From a blank square on the original town drawings 467 years ago to today’s recently refurbished make over, the park has been through a series of changes.
Panajachel is hosting the 18th annual Cycle Messenger World Championships, which is a pretty big deal, and the whole scoop is on page 92.
There is plenty more to read and see inside this issue, including some great cultural events listed in DateBook.
We hope your September is filled with fun adventures and we wish Guatemala a very Happy Birthday!
—John & Terry Kovick Biskovich