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Guatemala covers 42,043 miles (108,890 km) of land. It is also a very mountainous region. With small desert and sand dune patches hilly valleys, except for the south coastal area and the vast northern lowlands of Peten. Guatemala has about 32 volcanoes! Forests cover 40% of the land. Guatemala is known as the Land of the Eternal Spring. All through November to April is known as the dry season.

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Guatemala was once part of the Mexican Empire. After a while, Guatemala was sick of being in this Mexican empire, so in the 19th century they broke apart to be on their own. Guatemala formed it's own provinces after this event. Following up, a civil war occurred. The civil war lasted from 1944-1996. This event took place because of a dictator, his ways were obviously not of a liking to anyone, so it started a civil war.

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Guatemala is located around mexico, so it's near bodies of water. This means it's a target for hurricanes, including hurricane Mitch in 1998and hurricane Stan in October 2005 which killed over 1,500 people. Guatemala has had multiple earthquakes with a7.5 magnitude. Guatemala also has 4 active Volcanoes.

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The distribution of income remains highly unequal with more than half of the population below the national poverty line and just over 400,000 (3.2%) unemployed. The CIA World Fact Book considers 56.2% of the population of Guatemala to be living in poverty. The 1996 peace accords that ended the decades-long civil war removed a major obstacle to foreign investment. Tourism has become an increasing source of revenue for Guatemala.

How I would create a Revolution

I would create a good type of revolution with no wars. There would be lots of protests and well, good things. It would be a peaceful revolution. It would change the economy for the better.