• Nicaraguan history

    Brief history of Nicaragua summarized A brief look at the history of Nicaragua, in a summarized way. Nicaraguan Beginnings The agricultural revolution arrived in what is now Nicaragua around 400 BC Then, in 1502, Christopher Columbus landed on the Nicaraguan coast. However, Europeans did not explore the interior until 1522, when Gil González de Ávila led an expedition to the region. The following year 1523 the Spanish landed in force and founded León and Granada. The Spanish conquered Nicaragua and divided the land among themselves into large estates, which the natives were forced to work. In the 17th century, English,…

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  • Traditions and customs of Nicaragua

    What traditions and customs are there in Nicaragua? We will know the customs and traditions of Nicaragua. Gastronomy Food in daily life Nicaragua has a local cuisine that shares some flavors and ingredients with Mexican food, while also bearing a resemblance to the cuisines of Honduras and Guatemala. Corn and beans are the staples of the diet, and garlic and onions flavor most dishes. Like other Central Americans, Nicaraguans consume corn tortillas with most meals. The Nicaraguan version of the tortilla is large, thin, and made from white corn. It is used as an edible utensil to wrap meat and…

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    Nicaraguan language

    The Republic of Nicaragua is a country belonging to Central America, whose capital is Managua. It has a population of more than 6 million inhabitants (101st) and an area of ​​130,375 km 2 (96th). Its human development index is medium (124º) and its official currency is the Nicaraguan córdoba. But what language is spoken in Nicaragua? What language do they speak in Nicaragua? Nicaragua has an official language, Spanish. However, indigenous languages ​​such as Nicaraguan Creole English (18,400 native speakers), Miskito (114,000), Sumo (?), Garífuna (0) and Rama (740) are also recognized. Most Miskito speakers also speak Spanish. During the…

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