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    • Paises de Centro America (Mesoamerica). Por : Mayelin Martinez Cobas
    • Mexico
      • Mexican independent day against Spain is September, 16 of 1810.
      • 5 de mayo they celebrate the Mexican victory against the French army in the battle of Puebla in 1862.
      • In this country was originated hot chocolate (el chocolate caliente).
    • Mexico
      • Estados Unidos Mexicanos
      • Population: 101 000 000
      • Capital: Mexico City
      • Government: Federal Republic
      • Official Language: Spanish
      • Agriculture: Corn, beans, oilseeds, fruits….
      • Industry: Food and beverages, petroleum, tourism
      • Currency: Peso Mexicano
    • La bandera de Mexico.
    • El mapa de Mexico
    • Guatemala
      • The highest “ hot spot” in Central America is the Volcan Tajumulco!
      • Mayan traditions and culture are still maintained in Guatemala today.
      • Here, people grow coffee beans.
    • Guatemala
      • Republic of Guatemala
      • Population: 12000000
      • Capital: Guatemala City
      • Gov’t Republic
      • Official Language: Spanish
      • Agriculture: coffee, sugarcane, bananas
      • Industry: Indian crafts, tourism
      • Currency: Quetzal
    • La bandera de Guatemala
    • El mapa de Guatemala
    • Honduras
      • Honduras: Bang! Boom! Score! During the World Cup of Soccer, a political war was fought . Thus, it was named the “ Honduras Soccer War”
      • For many young people, hanging around the unpaved dusty streets of the city suburbs is often the only escape from poverty and overcrowding at home
      • Here, people grow bananas.
    • Honduras
      • Republic of Honduras
      • Population: 5,860,000
      • Capital: Tegucigalpa
      • Gov’t Republic
      • Official Language: Spanish
      • Agriculture: Bananas, coffee
      • Industry: Food processing, lumber
      • Currency: Lempira
    • La bandera de Honduras
    • El mapa de Honduras
    • El Salvador
      • El salvador: Traditionally, adult children remain at home until marriage. Thus, a bride looking at her watch.
      • El Salvador has the highest population density in Central America with 693 people packed into a square mile.
      • Here, people eat cornmeal cakes called pupusas.
    • El Salvador
      • Republic of El Salvador
      • Population: 5,750,000
      • Capital: El Salvador
      • Gov’t: Republic
      • Official Language: Spanish
      • Agriculture: coffee, sugarcane
      • Industry: Food processing
      • Currency: Colon
    • La bandera del Salvador
    • El mapa del Salvador
    • Nicaragua
      • Nicaragua: Legend has it panama Canal was to be the Nicaragua Canal!
      • Caution! Drivers don’t use turn signals. The most common signal in Nicaragua is hand waving from driver’s which has no specific meaning!
      • Chaciutique is history! Young women used to be trown into lava to appease this goddess of fire.
      • Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America.
    • Nicaragua
      • Republic of Nicaragua
      • Population: 4,580,000
      • Capital: Managua
      • Gov’t: Republic
      • Official Language: Spanish
      • Agriculture: coffee, cotton, sugar
      • Industry: Food processing, lumber
      • Currency: Cordoba
    • La bandera de Nicaragua
    • El mapa de Nicaragua
    • Costa Rica
      • * Costa Rica: Why is this toad wearing a helmet? Costa Rica has no army, but it does have the rarest amphibian!
      • * Costa Ricans are the richest people in Central America with a yearly income of $ 2800 a year!
      • * Capuchin monkeys live here.
    • Costa Rica
      • Republic of Costa Rica
      • Population : 3600,000
      • Capital San Jose
      • Gov’t: Republic
      • Official Language: Spanish
      • Agriculture: coffee, banana
      • Industry: Food processing, tourism
      • Currency: Colon
    • La bandera de Costa Rica
    • El mapa de Costa Rica
    • Panama
      • Only in Panama can you see the sun rise on the Pacific Ocean and set on the Atlantic Ocean.
      • Waterpark? No, it’s Panama ! Panama has more than 1800 miles of coast, and 1600 islands.
      • Birds called toucans live in Panama.
    • Panama
      • Republic of Panama
      • Population: 2740000
      • Capital: Panama City
      • Gov’t: Republic
      • Official Language: Spanish
      • Agriculture: Bananas, shrimp
      • Industry: Canal operations
      • Currency: Balboa
    • La bandera de panama
    • El mapa de Panama.