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Under the Shadow of the Volcanoes

Season 8 Episode 808 | 26m 46s

Guatemala has more active volcanoes than any other country in North America, leaving an indelible imprint on the landscape and on the cultures of the nation. With volcanoes come earthquakes and no city illustrates a greater heritage of both than Antigua. And while volcanoes destroy, they can a fine landscape as with Lake Atitlán.

Aired: 03/12/20
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
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Exploring the resistance and reception of Europeans to the Americas.
The falling water levels of Lake Powell reveal fragments of ancient peoples.
Conservation groups work for the ideal habitat for jaguars, mountain lions and ocelots
The natural monuments that define the territories of native peoples in New Mexico.
Protecting whales and cultivating the friendship between people and the gentle giants.
Exploring a once booming tourist mecca that is now a nearly dead body of water.
Exploring Huelva, its surroundings and its wealth of cultural and historical influences.
Explore how southwestern U.S. native peoples established the Colorado Plateau.
Explore the Four Corners portion of the Colorado Plateau.
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