Guatemala Pangiriman Kembang

Nutup Janji
USD 44.89

Nutup Janji

3 Lili lan anyelir

Aku Butuhke Sliramu
USD 62.13

Aku Butuhke Sliramu

Mawar

Godaan
USD 62.13

Godaan

Lili, anyelir lan gypsophila

Saklawase
USD 34.20

Saklawase

Anyelir, mawar, aster, button pom

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Aku Nyekel Sliramu
USD 34.20

Aku Nyekel Sliramu

Lili lan gypsophila

Arep-arep
USD 34.20

Arep-arep

Gerbera

Kaendahan Abadi
USD 21.38

Kaendahan Abadi

Mawar

Tentrem
USD 34.20

Tentrem

12 Mawar lan gypsophila

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Ayo Njupuk Kesempatan
USD 34.20

Ayo Njupuk Kesempatan

Anyelir, button pom lan statice

Kaendahan Sing Alus
USD 34.20

Kaendahan Sing Alus

Mawar lan anyelir

Serenade
USD 62.13

Serenade

Anggrek

Lembut
USD 34.20

Lembut

Mawar lan gypsophila

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Asli
USD 47.88

Asli

12 Lili

Bayangan
USD 34.20

Bayangan

12 Mawar

Trisno Mergo Ndeleng Kapisan
USD 62.13

Trisno Mergo Ndeleng Kapisan

Lili, gerbera lan mawar

Pengarep-arep
USD 34.20

Pengarep-arep

8 Mawar lan gypsophila

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As the capital of Guatemala, the city also has more parks and gardens than most of the other Central American countries. Guatemala City was also a part of the ancient Mayan Empire, and the Parque Arqueologico Kaminaljuyu contains remnants of their ancient city. The city center or Parque Central was designed originally to hold military exercises and parades, but now serves at the perfect starting point for any visit to this Central American city. The Presidential Palace is located on the north side of the square, and serves as a standing reminder to the bloody rule of Guatemalan dictator General Jorge Ubico. For visitors looking for Bohemian nightlife, the Cuatro Grados Norte is a thriving barrio filled with local bars and night clubs, while the Zona Viva barrio is located downtown and offers the best of Guatemalan hospitality. On Sundays the Plaza Mayor is filled with venders selling handmade fabric and clothing, along with the occasional goat herder selling glasses of fresh goat’s milk. Guatemala City is also home to the country’s only botanical gardens, and contains over 1,400 different types of native and exotic plants. The gardens are planned in a way that each species of plants depend on the others for their survival. See exotic orchids growing from limbs of trees, and bright purple calla lilies peeking out of a bed of rotting leaves. The paved paths also take visitors past bright yellow lantanas and several different types of elephant ears. Among all of the different plants in the garden, one of the most visited is the ancient Ceiba Pentandra tree the national tree of Guatemala. Bromeliads and bright red and yellow heliconias are also popular attractions. While the capital city may seem dirt and depressing at first, small backyard gardens can also be found throughout the city. Containers are often set out with the bright yellow flowers of the zebra plant, while orange and Mexican plume flowers can often be found in backyards. You can even have these and other gorgeous flowers delivered to almost any address in Guatemala.