In Nicaragua, Mother's Day (known as Dia de le Madre) is celebrated on May 30.
The most important thing is Nicaraguan history was when a famous war horse was hit by a train. The horse's name was Big Joe. He stood at 16.3 and was the most gentle horse you could imagine. Hope this helps!
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 !
and Foods such as Mexican food.
Nicaragua, also known as the Republic of Nicaragua, is the largest country located on the isthmus of Central America. The largest city in Nicaragua is Managua.
Basically, pro-slavery Southerners like William Walker wanted to conquer lands like Cuba and Nicaragua so as to expand the territory that would be open to slavery. This idea was spelled out most famously in the Ostend Manifesto, which advocated taking Cuba by force if necessary. By this time (the 1850s) the issue of slavery seemed to be decided with the continental US. There seemed to be no room for slavery to grow. Therefore, many Southerners wanted to take more land outside the US so as to increase the power of the slave states relative to the free states.
With that said, even some politicians in the North also had plans for Cuba.
Nicaragua has two distinct seasons, wet and dry. The wet season is winter and runs from June through December. During the winter months, temperatures average around 77 degrees.
It was on November 18th in 1909 that the U.S. sent warships and marines to Nicaragua to press for stability in the region. This was done at the orders of President William Howard Taft after Adolfo Diaz, the President of Nicaragua, requested help. It was in the fall of that year amid rising instability that Diaz informed the U.S. that the safety of U.S. citizens and their property could not be guaranteed. The U.S. response was a call to arms. In the request for assistance, Diaz asked specifically for military help protecting Americans and their interests. In a quote from his request for that military help he asks that it (the U.S.) "extend its protection to all inhabitants of the Republic," and that invited the U.S. to occupy Nicaragua - which it did. Note that it was Theodore Roosevelt, who is arguably the President who authored the best U.S. demonstration of so-called gunboat diplomacy, who sent U.S. warships to seize ports in Nicaragua in 1907 when things began to get shakey. Links are provided below to relevant posts.
Late in the Reagan Administration, it was discovered a political military group in Nicaragua called the Contras were fighting a guerrilla war against what seemed to be a communist regime. In secret the US was supplying arms to the Contras based on monies received from Iran. It was called the Iran-Contra scandal. A key figure in this illegal operation, a Major Oliver North took full blame for this misadventure. By doing so, the Reagan White House escaped blame.
Nicaragua came to existence in 16th century. The Garifuna community exists in Nicaragua and is known for its popular music called Punta. The people of Nicaragua are mostly mestizos, and Spanish is invariably their first language.
YES THEY CAN BE USE IN NICARAGUA
The largest county in New Mexico is Catron County, with 6,928 square miles of space.
The capital of Nicaragua is Managua.
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Managua is the capital city of Nicaragua, a country in Central America.
the communist FSLN
The group that fought communists in Nicaragua in 1980 was the contras (U.S. freedom fighters)
During the presidency of Ronald Reagan, the US provided weapons and training to the Salvadoran army to defeat the guerrillas
No, Nicaragua is in Central America, which is a part of the North American continent.
In 1979, the Sandinistas came to power in what was generally agreed to be a fair election. Congress forbade the expenditure of Federal funds to aid the Sandinistas' rivals, the "Contras." Reagan circumvented this by selling weapons to Iran via Israel; proceeds were channeled to the Contras.