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In this Nov. 25, 2012 photo, visitors walk in Paseo Cayala, a nearly independent city on the edges of Guatemala City. Cayala's backers promote the development as a safe haven in a troubled country, one with an unusual degree of autonomy from the chaotic capital. It also embraces a school of urban planning that advocates a return to a traditional concept of a city, with compact, agreeable spaces where homes and shops are intermixed. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)

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In this Nov. 25, 2012 photo, visitors walk in Paseo Cayala, a nearly independent city on the edges of Guatemala City. Cayala's backers promote the development as a safe haven in a troubled country, one with an unusual degree of autonomy from the chaotic capital. It also embraces a school of urban planning that advocates a return to a traditional concept of a city, with compact, agreeable spaces where homes and shops are intermixed. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)
In this Nov. 25, 2012 photo, visitors walk in Paseo Cayala, a nearly independent city on the edges of Guatemala City. Cayala's backers promote the development as a safe haven in a troubled country, one with an unusual degree of autonomy from the chaotic capital. It also embraces a school of urban planning that advocates a return to a traditional concept of a city, with compact, agreeable spaces where homes and shops are intermixed. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)
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