San Antonio

San Antonio is a village in the Toledo District of southern Belize. The village was established by Mopan Maya who fled across the Guatemalan border in 1883 from San Luis, Peten, in order to avoid persecution and military service.

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is a village in the Toledo region of southern Belize, popular for its namesake creek and Rainforest Preserve, and for Hokeb Ha Cave.

Village
is a in the of . it is a Mopan people and Kekchi village of about 270 people. is situated 3½ miles southwest of San Antonio.

San Antonio

Latitude
16.2454° or 16° 14' 43.3" north
Longitude
-89.0238° or 89° 1' 25.5" west
Open Location Code
768G6XWG+4F
Population
1,200
Elevation
292 feet (89 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 1996222496
Geo­Names ID
3581222
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