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  1. Culture and Customs of Nicaragua (Culture and Customs of Latin America and the Caribbean) by Steven F. White, Esthela Calderon, 2008-01-30
  2. Political Culture and Institutional Development in Costa Rica and Nicaragua: World Making in the Tropics by Consuelo Cruz, 2009-08-20
  3. Nicaragua (Cultures of the World) by Jennifer Kott, Kristi Streiffert, 2005-10
  4. The New Concept of Art and Popular Culture in Nicaragua Since the Revolution in 1979: An Analytical Essay and Compendium of Illustrations (Latin American Studies) by David Craven, 1989-11
  5. Executive Report on Strategies in Nicaragua, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Nicaragua Research Group, The Nicaragua Research Group, 2000-11-02
  6. The Naturalist in Nicaragua by Thomas Belt, 2010-03-01
  7. Rascally Signs in Sacred Places: The Politics of Culture in Nicaragua by David E Whisnant, 2009-04-13
  8. Men Aren't from Mars: Unlearning Machismo in Nicaragua (CIIR Development Practice Paper) by Patrick Welsh, 2001-10-09
  9. Nicaraguan Culture: Culture of Nicaragua, Nicaraguan Sign Language, Ernesto Cardenal, Miss Nicaragua, Palo de Mayo
  10. NICARAGUA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by S. B. DOWNEY, 2001
  11. Culture of Nicaragua
  12. Sucede en Nicaragua. (el Palacio Nacional de este país se convierte en Palacio de la Cultura)(TT: It happens in Nicaragua) (TA: the National Palace of ... of the Culture): An article from: Proceso by Raquel Tibol, 1997-02-09
  13. Nicaragua in Focus: A Guide to the People, Politics and Culture (In Focus) by Hazel Plunkett, 1999-08-11

1. Nicaragua Culture And Museums Of Nicaragua
Nicaragua Culture and Museums of Nicaragua . Nicaragua is well known to be a country rich in cultural
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Nicaragua Travel Home Vacation Packages Custom Vacations Nicaragua Hotels ... Contact us Great Destinations ! Granada Matagalpa Rio San Juan Solentiname ... More destinations WE ARE PROUD MEMBERS OF::: Nicaragua Culture and Museums of Nicaragua Nicaragua is well known to be a country rich in cultural treasures, strong traditions and authentic and proud lifestyle. Actually, Nicaragua, Panama and Guatemala are the countries that best conserve their indigenous inheritage. One of the examples is the famous pottery, found throughout many areas of the country. Clay and ceramic pottery, as well as leather, handcrafts made of wood, textiles and cloth and jewelry are found in almost any market in smaller, medium and large cities and towns. Colonial times

2. Nicaragua: Culture
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    The blending of different cultures that took place in Nicaragua resulted in the birth of a creative, varied, happy, and humorous culture. Even though this culture is barely known worldwide it assures its audience an interesting experience. In the same way, the hospitality, goodness, and friendliness of the Nicaraguan people are recognized by visitors that have the opportunity to get to know this nation. Here is an overview of the Nicaraguan culture.
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    Religious Festivities
    Religious celebrations are loud, crowded events in Nicaragua. Having saints as inspirations, numerous dances, music and traditional interpretation have been made. Many of the participants do not partake as a result of real religious devotion, they mainly go to the festivities because it is part of a tradition. Nevertheless, there are many that come and maintain the religious mysticism alive.
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    The Nicaraguan music and dances are a product of the heritage and the mixture of different cultures from indigenous tribes, European conquerors, and African slaves.

3. Nicaragua Culture — Blogs, Pictures, And More On WordPress
Shalom from Nicaragua. Just always thought this sign was funny – guess I’m not the only Jew in Nicaragua… … more → An Expat Life in Nicaragua
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4. Culture Of Nicaragua - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Nicaraguan culture has several distinct strands. The west of the country was colonized by Spain and has a similar culture to other Spanishspeaking Latin American countries.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Celebrating the annual "Alegría por la vida" Carnaval in Managua , Nicaragua Nicaraguan culture has several distinct strands. The west of the country was colonized by Spain and has a similar culture to other Spanish -speaking Latin American countries. The eastern half of the country, on the other hand, was once a British protectorate and their culture is similar to that of Caribbean nations that were or are British possessions. The people of Nicaragua are mostly mestizos , and Spanish is invariably their first language. Nicaraguans are prone to refer to themselves as Nicas Nicoyas Pinoleros
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Life in Nicaragua Art Cinema Cuisine Culture Demographics Education Holidays Human Rights ... Tourism Nicaragua has strong folklore, music and religious traditions, deeply influenced by European culture but enriched with Amerindian sounds and flavors. The west of the country was colonized by Spain and has a similar culture to other Spanish -speaking American countries. The eastern half of the country, on the other hand, was once a

5. Folklore In Nicaragua | By Nicaragua Channel
Nicaragua; Culture; Folklore Nicaraguan folklore plays a large role in Nicaraguan culture. Many of its stories
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6. Culture In Nicaragua | By Nicaragua Channel
Nicaragua; Culture The culture of Nicaragua is somewhat varied in different regions due to the
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7. Travel In Managua - Nicaragua - Culture - WorldTravelGate.net-
WorldTravelGate.net Information about travel in Managua,Nicaragua,Accommodation,Hotels,Restaurants,Car Rentals,,Travel Agencies.!
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Managua - Culture Managua, the largest city in the country, is also its centre of commerce and culture. It produces a variety of small manufactures, including processed meat, furniture, metal, and textiles; it also has an oil refinery. Coffee and cotton are the principal crops grown in the agricultural hinterland. The city has railroad and highway connections with the Pacific port of Corinto and with the cities of Leon and Granada. The Pan-American Highway and an international airport tie it to other Central and North American cities. The city is surrounded by rich agricultural lands devoted primarily to the cultivation of coffee, cotton, and corn (maize). The importance of sugarcane, rice, sorghum, cattle, and horses is decreasing. Pop. (1985 est.) city, 682,111.
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City Tour: Even though the 1972 earthquake destroyed most of the downtown area, the remaining old Cathedral, the Ruben Dario Theater and the recently restored National Palace offers a different yet interesting tour to the past. All these with the Lake of Managua as the background. The new city is sprawling with businesses, banks, fountains and new roads. The main Universities are here, as well as the Central Government and the financial center. Archaeology: The "Acahualinca Footprints" show footprints of man and animals fleeing from a volcanic eruption some time around 6,000 to 10,000 years ago.

8. Nicaragua Culture
Real Estate information for Nicaragua, Granada, Laguna de Apoyo, and San Juan del Sur
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Nicaragua has a long history. The culture of the Nicaraguan people is strong. They are very friendly and hospitable people. Living in Nicaragua softens people. Life is slower but very fruitful. Real estate, lots, land, and property is for sale but make sure that you respect the local people. Links Links Links
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9. Nicaragua History And Nicaragua People And Culture
Nicaragua history tells a story of a people and culture in the heart of Central America.
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Nicaragua, officially the Republic of Nicaragua, is a representative democratic republic and the largest nation in Central America.

10. Culture Of Nicaragua - Traditional, History, People, Women, Beliefs, Food, Custo
Culture of Jamaica, Culture of Japan, Culture of Jordan, Culture of Kazakhstan, Culture of Kenya, Culture of Kiribati, Culture of North Korea, Culture of South Korea, Culture of
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Identification. nic-atl-nahuac Location and Geography. The climate varies more from elevation than from the seasons. Rainfall fluctuates greatly in Nicaragua and is seasonal; the rainy period runs from May through October. The Caribbean lowlands are the wettest section of Central America, receiving between 98 and 256 inches (250 and 650 centimeters) of rain annually. The east receives heavy annual rainfall and can even see serious flooding during the rainy season, while the west is drier year-round. Demography. The Nicaraguan government has not conducted a national census since 1971, although since then it has collected demographic data through periodic sample surveys of the population. In 1990, an estimated 3.87 million people lived in Nicaragua. The population in 1993 was estimated at 4.08 million. Population growth rates have soared, and the median age is only about fifteen since so many adults were lost in the revolution and then in the hurricane of 1998. The population density in 1990 was 83 persons per square mile (32 per square kilometer), making it the lowest in Central America aside from Belize. The population is 55 percent urban, with most people concentrated in the Pacific lowlands because of the fertile land there. The Caribbean lowlands are more sparsely settled.

11. Nicaragua Attractions – Best Attractions In Nicaragua – Tripwolf
best sights and cultural attractions travel guide for Nicaragua. The top 10 sights and cultural attractions include Ruins of Le n Viejo, Las M dulas, San Jacinto, Museo de
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12. Nicaragua: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
Information on Nicaragua — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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13. Nicaragua Travels, Culture, Hotels, Hospitals, Beaches.
If one wants to visit Nicaragua for Christmas, they may want to take advantage of Nicaragua culture to celebrate the holiday in a different way.
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    Living in Nicaragua
    Written by admin / Filed in Gallery Traveling Located in Central America, Nicaragua has a tropical climate that makes it a hot tourist spot. However, many people, particularly retires on fixed incomes, choose to live in Nicaragua full-time. Nicaraguan real estate is extremely cheap, and there are many good and bad things about living in Nicaragua.
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    Finding a Hotel In Nicaragua
    Written by admin / Filed in Gallery Hotels Although Nicaragua is one of the poorest countries in the world, it is still a popular tourist destination spot due to its cheap prices and warm, tropical climate. Therefore, there are many Nicaragua hotels that offer good prices for people on any budget, whether or not they are looking for a cheap room to stay [...]
    Staying in a Luxury Nicaraguan Hotel
    Written by admin / Filed in Gallery Hotels One big reason that many people choose to vacation in Nicaragua despite its poverty is the deals and low nightly rates that many Nicaraguan hotels offer. A Nicaraguan hotel room can be as low as $10 a night for a cheap bed or room at a youth hostel. However, those seeking a luxury stay in [...]

14. NICARAGUA CULTURE TOURS - POLITICAL HISTORY, CULTURAL INTERACTION, ART AND ARCHE
Culture Tours Nicaragua Culture, Political History, Art Archeology Tours 7 days Cultural Interaction Meet the Nicaraguans A rare opportunity to meet with the Nicaraguan
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A rare opportunity to meet with the Nicaraguan people in their homes. For those who find learning about culture from the people themselves the most intriguing option, this is a great opportunity. This trip utilizes visits with Nicaraguan artisan's as a means visit with multiple families and learn more about the Nicaraguan people in general. 7 days
Nicaragua Political History - War and peace - Nicaragua's Sandinistas

Nicaragua is one of Latin America's most fascinating republics. Its early Spanish history is one of the most tragic on the continent and since independence from Spain it has been both player and pawn in the geopolitical upheavals of the 19th and 20th century. This trip examines both past and present Nicaragua politics including an in-depth look at Daniel Ortega the current Sandinista administration.
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Nicaragua Cultural Experience - Colonial cities, villages, rural life, food and arts

Nicaragua's northern mountains are home to Nicaragua's most important export crop, coffee and fine hand rolled cigars as well as an ancient method of gold mining. This cultural tour program gives the visitor an in-depth look at the rural and colonial history of these northern mountains and Len, Granada, Los Pueblos with the aid of an expert English speaking guide to uncover their profound beauty. 8 days
This is a fascinating eight-day examination of Nicaraguan pre-Columbian societies. Nicaragua's archeology is vastly understudied and equally fascinating. This archeological and anthropological tour is lead by Nicaragua's foremost, working archeologists. Lost Civilizations of Nicaragua is a journey through space and time that will feed your mind and open the doors of your imagination.

15. WEPA! Search Nicaragua! CultureSociety
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16. Nicaragua Culture
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18. Nicaragua Culture
Nicaragua culture Nicaragua culture is largely divided because half of the nation was colonized by Spain and the other half was under British control.
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19. Fun Facts About Nicaragua
SUMMARY Where was the Hollywood actress Barbara Carrera born? When did Violeta Barrios de Chamorro become president of Nicaragua? How many famous people are there in Nicaragua?
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20. Nicaragua - Culture, Customs & Etiquette
Guide to travel, doing business, and studying in Nicaragua culture, greetings, gestures, etiquette, taboos, negotiations, gift-giving, and more.
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