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Nicaragua Presentation - visit it yearly. The Maderas and...

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Nicaragua It is called officially the Republic of Nicaragua. It is also known as the land of lakes and volcanoes. It is the largest state in central America, and can be compared to New York in size. It is about 11 miles from the equator. There are over 5 million people in Nicaragua. Their currency is the cordoba. The national bird is the Guardabarranco. Some fruits and vegetables they eat are mangos, papayas, bananas, avocados and yuccas. They also eat guinea pigs and iguanas. The Nicaraguan culture was strongly influenced by Europe. It’s biggest industry is agriculture. Tourism is the second largest industry for the country. About 60,000 U.S. citizens
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Unformatted text preview: visit it yearly. The Maderas and the Concepcion are the two most visited volcanoes. Many people come to visit the cities of Leon and Granada. Granada is the oldest colonial city in the Americas. People also come to tour the ecosystem and agricultural system. Sea turtles are often common in Nicaragua, they arrive yearly to lay their eggs for hatching. Baseball is the most popular sport in Nicaragua. Boxing is the second largest sport. American football is gaining popularity there, and an actual NFL stadium is under construction. Daniel Ortega is the president, he won it in November 5, 2006....
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2010 for the course ENG Eng2301 taught by Professor Roy during the Spring '09 term at Austin Community College.

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