What is Nicaragua?
Nicaragua is a country in central America on the continent of South America.
It's a country
It's a country
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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
Nicaragua is a country
Nicaragua's national food is beans and rice. A mixture of rice andbeans are eaten almost every day, It is eaten for breakfast also.
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 populati…on.
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!
There's piracy everywhere. From England to Cuba, you can bet there's piracy.
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 export-import industry -- ordeliberate, such as by the horticultural industry.
It is a combo of Agua - Spanish for Water and Nicara - the name of an indigenous tribe that the Spaniards met when they arrived.
Here's how- Knee-Kah-Rah-Gooa :) Good luck!
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 churche…s. 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.
there is no state animal of Nicaragua.you see different kinds of animals all the same amount of time
Athletics, weightlifting, swimming, & boxing.