What are the religions of Nicaragua?
Roman Catholicism is the predominant religion, claiming the allegiance of about 72.9% of the population. Approximately 15.1% of the populace are members of evangelical churches. Another 1.5% are members of the Moravian Church, and 0.1% belong to the Episcopal Church. An additional 1.9% claim membership in other churches or religious groups; 8.5% profess no religion or are atheistic. There are also small communities of Jews, Muslims, Mormons, Mennonites, Jehovah's Witnesses, Unification Church members, Baha'is, and members in the Church of Scientology. Amerindian tribal religionists and spiritists also practice, usually combining elements of Christianity and African religions.
Nicaragua does not have a state religion; however, the Roman Catholic Church seems to have significant political influence in the country.
Nicaragua does not have a state religion; however, the Roman Catholic Church seems to have significant political influence in the country.
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The capital of Nicaragua is Managua. To read all about Nicaragua on Answers.com, see the Related Link. Managua is the capital city of Nicaragua, a country in CentralAmerica.
Nicaragua, along with all of Central America are part of NorthAmerica, NOT South America. This is a common misconception.Nicaragua is located in Central America,a central geographic regionof the Americas. It is variably defined either as the southernportion of North America, which connects with Sout…h America on thesoutheast. (MORE)
The Spanish colonized Nicaragua. In 1502, Christopher Columbus was the first European known to have reached what is now Nicaragua as he sailed south along the Central America isthmus. On his fourth voyage Columbus sailed alongside and explored the Mosquito Coast on the east of Nicaragua.The first at…tempt to conquer what is now known as Nicaragua was by Gil GonzÃ¡lez DÃ¡vila, whose Central American exploits began with his arrival in Panama in January 1520. GonzÃ¡lez claimed to have converted some 30,000 indigenous peoples and discovered a possible transisthmian water link. After exploring and gathering gold in the fertile western valleys GonzÃ¡lez was attacked by the indigenous people, some of whom were commanded by Nicarao and an estimated 3,000 led by chief DiriangÃ©n. GonzÃ¡lez later returned to Panama where governor Pedro Arias DÃ¡vila attempted to arrest him and confiscate his treasure, some 90,000 pesos of gold. This resulted in GonzÃ¡lez fleeing to Santo Domingo. It was not until 1524 that the first Spanish permanent settlements were founded. Conquistador Francisco HernÃ¡ndez de CÃ³rdoba founded two of Nicaragua's principal towns in 1524: Granada on Lake Nicaragua was the first settlement and LeÃ³n east of Lake Managua came after. CÃ³rdoba soon found it necessary to prepare defenses for the cities and go on the offensive against incursions by the other conquistadores. CÃ³rdoba was later publicly beheaded following a power struggle with Pedrarias DÃ¡vila, his tomb and remains were discovered some 500 years later in the Ruins of LeÃ³n Viejo. The inevitable clash between the Spanish forces did not impede their devastation of the indigenous population. The Indian civilization was destroyed. The series of battles came to be known as The War of the Captains. By 1529, the conquest of Nicaragua was complete. Several conquistadores came out winners, and some were executed or murdered. Pedrarias DÃ¡vila was a winner; although he had lost control of Panama, he had moved to Nicaragua and established his base in LeÃ³n. Through adroit diplomatic machinations, he became the first governor of the colony. The land was parceled out to the conquistadores. The area of most interest was the western portion. Many indigenous people were soon enslaved to develop and maintain "estates" there. Others were put to work in mines in northern Nicaragua, few were killed in warfare, and the great majority were sent as slaves to other New World Spanish colonies, for significant profit to the newly landed aristocracy. Many of the indigenous people died as a result of disease and neglect by the Spaniards who controlled everything necessary for their subsistence. (MORE)
Nicaragua is a country in central America on the continent of South America. . It's a country
Jose Daniel Ortega Saavedra is the President of Nicaragua. He became the 83rd President of Nicaragua on 2007 January 10. This is the second time he has been president, as he was previously the 79th president from 1985 January 10 to 1990 April 25.
Nicaragua is in Central America. It is located south of Honduras and north of Costa Rica in the center of Central America. Its name is translated as "surrounded by water."
The head of the government of Nicaragua is the president of thecountry. The laws are made by the national assembly. All of themare elected by voters.
Nicaragua is known for there famous rum call Flor De Cana. Also,They are known for the only fresh water sharks in the world. it is mainly known for its great folk mucic and deep heritage and culture. it is also known for being the biggest country in central America and being warm . it is also a… very poor country (MORE)
About 73 percent are Roman Catholic, 15 percent are Evangelical Protestants, and the balance follow other religions or no religion at all.
There are 13 volcanoes in Nicaragua.. The official language is Spanish. . Baseball is the most popular sport. . Lake Nicaragua is the largest freshwater lake in Central America. . I am amazing. (*.*)
The first head of state of Nicaragua was Manuel Antonio de la Cerday Aguilar. He was head of state from April 1825 to April 1826.
Nicaragua celebrates New Years, Christmas, Easter, Holy Thursday,Good Friday and Immaculate Conception. But it also celebrates nonreligious holidays such as Air Force Day, Army Day, Crab Soup Day,Independence Day and Indigenous Resistance Day.
Nicaragua has a varied assortment of landforms. With 13 mountainsand 3 mountain ranges, the topography is challenging. Add in 16volcanoes, means you'll need to find the 1 beach for relaxation
The Spanish gave it that name because Nicarao was the name of atribal chief in that area.
The name Nicaragua comes from the Nicarao (nik- ah-RAH-oh) tribe of people who lived there, and agua, the Spanish word for water. The water referred to the lakes where the Nicarao lived.
The major religion in Nicaragua is Roman Catholicism. Approximately58.5 percent of Nicaraguans are Catholics. Evangelicals are insecond place with 21.6 percent of the population.
spanish is mostly what they listen to and they use regiton they listin to a different kind of music every time
For info on animals of Nicuragua go to the Link below (Animal Info - Nicaragua)
There are a lot of tourist attractions in Nicaragua. But the best one is MonteliMar. It is a very nice resort. There is a beach towards the back and has about 5 interconnected pools with a snack and drink bar in the center!
No, Honduras and Nicaragua are both independent countries. They're neighbours though (Nicaragua is to the southeast of Honduras).
I dont know geez Possible origins of natives in Nicaragua may be Paleo-Indians 6000 years ago. However, Europeans first discovered Nicaragua ~1502 when Columbus was in Honduras and explored the east coast on his fourth voyage. . +1 close . close pin pin search minimize forward back ViewT…ext zoomout zoomin zoomin . Although Christopher Columbus was the first European to have reached what is now know as Nicaragua, it was Gil Gonzalez Davila in 1520 that was the first to try and conquer it. The first Spanish settlement was not established until 1524 and that was by the conquistador Francisco Hernandez de Cordoba who set up the two main towns called Grenada and Leon. (MORE)
Nicaragua is famous for having many volcanoes, it has 2 big lakes! one's name is Lago Cocibolca, and the other is Lago Xolotlan. Nicaragua is also famous for the beauty of the caribbean coast, it has a very beautiful island named Corn Island. Actually, there is two Little and Big Corn Island. Nicara…gua has very enjoyable places where one can go to learn a little bit about the Nicaraguan culture, such as Leon, Granada, Masaya, etc. (MORE)
Nicaragua is not a island. It is the largerst country in central america. It shares borders with Honduras and Costa Rica.
You can see a lot of amazing landmarks in Nicaragua but if you are interested in volcanoes, they have a lot of them there.
Gallo pinto is a popular rice dish. Tortillas is a popular food. They fill them up with beans and meat. The make tamales. Bananas are an important crop.They make porridge, shakes,and cakes.
A group of people who took down the Somoza regime. a dictator of Nicaragua in the 1970s
There are the 15 departments of Boaco, Carazo, Chinandega, Chontales, Esteli, Granada, Jonotega, Leon, Madriz, Managua, Masaya, Matagalpa, Nueva Segovia, Rivas and Rio San Juan. The are also two autonomous regions, the North Atlantic Autonomous region and the South Atlantic Autonomous Region (the…y are actually in spanish, of course) (MORE)
Of course there are roaches in Nicaragua, and in all of Central America. Roaches love tropical climates, and will grow very large there.
Daniel Ortega is the president of Nicaragua. Juan Vasquez deCoronado is a previous governor of Nicaragua. Pedrarias Davila wasthe first governor.
While Nicaragua is located in South America and typically does not have snow in the general areas, it has been known to have snow in the mountainous regions of the country.
No the country of Nicaragua does not have states. It is dividedinto regions called departments. Each department has a capital.
Water is what 'agua' means in Nicaragua. The Central American country is a Latin American nation that includes Spanish among its spoken languages. The Spanish word is a feminine noun whose definite article in the singular is the masculine form 'el' , but the feminine 'las' in the plural. It's …pronounced 'AH-gwah'. (MORE)
$5.996 billion. consumer goods, machinery and equipment, raw materials, petroleum products. US 21.3%, Venezuela 14%, Costa Rica 8.7%, China 8.5%, Mexico 8.2%, Guatemala 8%, El Salvador 5.4% (2011).
Lots of tropical fruits like bananas, mangos, plantains, sapodilla, jocote, coffee, pineapple, papaya, oranges, lemons, mandarin oranges, tamarind, breadfruit, passion fruit, pitaya, Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Mamoncillo (also Spanish Lime), Avocado, Mammee Apple, Sapote, star apple, Coconut, and Cashe…ws. Fruit is the main vegetation of nicaragua. (MORE)
Wendy DeSmidt-Kohlhoff . Shannon Elkins . Jimmy Johnson . Jimmy Tarantino . Tyrone Davis . Kelly Bruno . Yve Rojas . Jill Behm . Alina Wilson . Marty Piombo . Brenda Lowe . "Purple" Kelly Shinn . NaOnka Mixon . Ben "Benry" Henry . Jane Bright . Dan Lembo . Holly Hoffman . Matthew "S…ash" Lenahan . Chase Rice . Jud "Fabio" Birza (MORE)
A random search for flights from Atlanta (ATL) to Managua (MGA) shows: OPTION 1: 3hr 53min Nonstop ATL - MGA Delta Air Lines Flt 369 Dep 05:45pm 12Mar,Fri Flight Duration: 3hr 53min OPTION 2: 6hr 27min via Houston Intercontinental (IAH) ATL - IAH Continental Airlines Flt 2221 Dep 06:50am 12M…ar,Fri IAH - MGA Continental Airlines Flt 1760 Dep 09:05am 12Mar,Fri Flight Duration: 5hr 20min; Layover Time: 1hr 07min; Total Trip Time: 6hr 27min OPTION 3: 7hr 35min via Miami (MIA) ATL - MIA American Airlines Flt 1750 Dep 06:25am 12Mar,Fri MIA - MGA American Airlines Flt 0969 Dep 11:15am 12Mar,Fri Flight Duration: 4hr 35min; Layover Time: 3hr 00min; Total Trip Time: 7hr 35min Longer the trip time, cheaper the fare. (MORE)
The resources of Nicaragua are Gold, Gypsum, Hydraulic, and last but certainly not least, Silver. So those are the resources of Nicaragua. Oh, and off subject, how many people out there are still listening to Outcast's music? Thumbs up if you do because do. My favorite songs are "Ms. Jackson, Rosa P…arks and BOB" anyway that is the answer to your Question (MORE)
Yes, and no. USA might of hindered everything possible for Nicaragua to improve, but as for 'ruining' Nicaragua.. Not in a million years.
Lake Nicaragua is in Nicaragua, which is in Central America under Honduras and El Salvador
Yes it does, the Pacific Ocean lies to the west of the country and the Caribbean Sea to the east.
Well they say alot of bad words ! but ohh well ; they be saying hueputa, animal, comemierda , etc ! haha sorry but i that's all i could remember now !
It is by birth, introduction or migration that thebeetle is in Nicaragua. Specifically, beetles are among the native fauna of CentralAmerica. They can be considered native by birth or naturalized byintroduction or migration. The introduction may be accidental --which often happens through the exp…ort-import industry -- ordeliberate, such as by the horticultural industry. (MORE)
It is a combo of Agua - Spanish for Water and Nicara - the name of an indigenous tribe that the Spaniards met when they arrived.
Yes, McDonalds was introduced to Nicaragua in the 70's. As of 2014There are 5 in Managua.
Yes, Nicaragua is home of many breathtaking rainforests. Indio Maiz, Selva Negra, Bosawas, etc. In fact, most of the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua is made up of rain forests.
in Nicaragua there is many of volcanoes there and when you climb these volcanoes you may smell the sulfur gases. icuragua has many Delicious food's probably you will be able to smell these wonderful food smell.smell nature all the exotic places around thier and thats what you can smell in nicaragu…a! (MORE)
Yes, compared to other countries, Nicaragua is big. It is the 96th largest country, so it is just barely on the larger side. However, it might be more accurate to classify Nicaragua as a medium-sized country.
pop, rock, raggae,fiddle gutair and the and a hammer is beaten on a drum for music.
1. largest country in central america 2. climate- tropical in lowlands, cooler in high lands 3. has the only lake island in the world with 2 volcanoes 4. has fresh water sharks 5. baseball is the most popular sport
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