In what can be seen as a historical development, Guatemala on Wednesday said that they have recovered 33 pre-Columbian artifacts that were voluntarily returned from a private collection in Germany. With the help of its embassy, Guatemala "recovered 15 pieces and 18 archaeological fragments that were identified as part of the cultural heritage of our country," the foreign ministry said in a statement. According to reports, the objects include bowls, other vessels, and ceramic figurines dating from the periods between 1,000 BC and 250 AD, and 250-900 AD.

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