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Tegucigalpa - part 2

Tiwy.com, August 2007

Street sketches.
Honduran caballero reflecting upon life.

Street sketches Street sketches Honduran caballero reflecting upon life

Unhurried life of the capital.

Unhurried life of the capital Unhurried life of the capital Unhurried life of the capital


Watch tower — that is all what remained out of the old city jail. Watch tower — that is all what remained out of the old city jail.

Young generation of Hondurans dreams about the career of manager Young generation of Hondurans dreams about the career of manager
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» Tegucigalpa (part 2) (28)
» Plaza Morazan in Tegus (21)
» Church Virgen de los Dolores (9)
» Park La Concordia (17)
» El Monumento a la Paz (6)
» Park El Picacho (10)
» Hotels of Tegucigalpa (12)
» Airport «Toncontin» (6)
» Valle de Angeles (33)
» Comayagua (37)
» Santa Lucia (14)
» Churches Nuestra Señora de Suyapa (6)

These houses on the hill sides are inhabited by the middle class and merchants «without claims».
Hotels and big firms are accommodated in separate tower buildings..





View of Tegucigalpa from the balcony of «Plaza Libertador» hotel. View of Tegucigalpa from the balcony of «Plaza Libertador» hotel.


Paseo Liquidambar — is the Honduran capital Arbat Paseo Liquidambar — is the Honduran capital Arbat Paseo Liquidambar — is the Honduran capital Arbat Paseo Liquidambar — is the Honduran capital Arbat Paseo Liquidambar — is the Honduran capital Arbat Paseo Liquidambar — is the Honduran capital Arbat.


Theatre named after Manuel Bonilla Theatre named after Manuel Bonilla There were no first nights for a long time in the theatre named after Manuel Bonilla…


Revolutionary slogan «Down with imperialism!» Revolutionary slogans, like «Abajo el imperialismo!» («Down with imperialism!») are frequent on Tegucigalpa walls.


Pantalones los dos toros Pantalones los dos toros


Don Pepe #2 Don Pepe #2

Cubans that escaped from the socialist island got their personal happiness in capitalist Honduras.


There can't be many lines! There can't be many lines! Ministry of electrical lines knows its business: there can't be many lines!



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