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A few more photos of Guatemala City’s new Casa de la Memoria “Kaji Tulam.” The Plaza Pública set emphasizes a longer history of genocide — the first photo is of hanging swords, to emphasize the violent nature of the colonial “encounter” — as well as emphasis on using art as historical memory.
A few more photos of Guatemala City’s new Casa de la Memoria “Kaji Tulam.” The Plaza Pública set emphasizes a longer history of genocide — the first photo is of hanging swords, to emphasize the violent nature of the colonial “encounter” — as well as emphasis on using art as historical memory.
A few more photos of Guatemala City’s new Casa de la Memoria “Kaji Tulam.” The Plaza Pública set emphasizes a longer history of genocide — the first photo is of hanging swords, to emphasize the violent nature of the colonial “encounter” — as well as emphasis on using art as historical memory.
A few more photos of Guatemala City’s new Casa de la Memoria “Kaji Tulam.” The Plaza Pública set emphasizes a longer history of genocide — the first photo is of hanging swords, to emphasize the violent nature of the colonial “encounter” — as well as emphasis on using art as historical memory.

A few more photos of Guatemala City’s new Casa de la Memoria “Kaji Tulam.” The Plaza Pública set emphasizes a longer history of genocide — the first photo is of hanging swords, to emphasize the violent nature of the colonial “encounter” — as well as emphasis on using art as historical memory.

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