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Palestina de Los Altos

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Subject: Quetzaltenango Department, Palestina, San Francisco La Unión, San Mateo, Quetzaltenango, Palestine
Collection: Municipalities of the Quetzaltenango Department, Populated Places in Guatemala
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Palestina de Los Altos

Palestina de Los Altos
Municipality and town
Market scene in Palestina
Market scene in Palestina
Palestina de Los Altos is located in Guatemala
Palestina de Los Altos
Palestina de Los Altos
Country  Guatemala
Department Quetzaltenango
Time zone Central Time (UTC+6)
Climate Cwb

Palestina de Los Altos is a municipality in the Quetzaltenango department of Guatemala. Its inhabitants speak Mam and Spanish.

Palestina de los Altos was originally called Toj Suj. It is located between San Juan Ostuncalco and San Marcos.

The land is mainly used for farming, primarily corn and potatoes, and pasture.



  • Nueva Linda
  • El Socorro
  • Los Gonzáles
  • Los Méndez
  • Los Peñalonzo
  • Roble Grande
  • El Campo
  • Alta Mira
  • Los López
  • Los Díaz
  • Los Cabrera
  • La Feria
  • Los Morales
  • Los Molinos

Hamlet El Carmen

  • Los Miranda
  • La Joya
  • Nuevo Palmira
  • El Centro del Carmen
  • Toj Wabill
  • El Carmen II
  • El Toj Pic

Hamlet San José Buena Vista

  • Los González
  • Los Marroquín
  • La Cumbre
  • El Centro de San José Buena Vista
  • Los Gómez
  • Los Pérez
  • Cruz Verde
  • Toj Choll (Cruz del Mexicano)

Hamlet El Edén

  • Mira Peña
  • Las Delicias
  • Buenos Aires
  • Centro del Edén
  • El Sinaí
  • Los Desiertos
  • Los Laureles
    • Cantón Barrios

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