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Interesting and Fun Facts About Nicaragua

Nicaragua is a representative democratic republic located in Central America. The country is situated between the Pacific Ocean, which lies to its west, and the Caribbean Sea, which lies towards its east. Moreover, it is located very near to Equator, just 11 degrees towards its north. The name of the county is derived from two words 'Nicarao' and 'Agua'. 'Nicarao' is the name of the Nahuatl-speaking tribe that inhabited the shores of Lago de Nicaragua before the Spanish conquest of the Americas. 'Agua' is a Spanish word meaning water, used due to the presence of the large lakes Lago de Nicaragua (Cocibolca) and Lago de Managua (Xolotlán), along with several lagoons and rivers. 

For some more interesting and fun facts about Nicaragua, read on.

The official name of Nicaragua is the 'Republic of Nicaragua'.
Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America.
The capital city of Nicaragua is Managua.
The official language of Nicaragua is Spanish.
The currency of Nicaragua is Cordoba.
The main religion followed in Nicaragua is Roman Catholicism.
Nicaragua has three distinct geographical regions - the Pacific Lowlands, the North-Central Mountains or Highlands and the Atlantic Lowlands.
The Pacific Lowlands region is the most populous region of Nicaragua, constituting half on the nation's population.
The most populous city in Nicaragua is Managua.
Nicaragua is famous for its dance form, known as 'Palo de Mayo'.
Gallopinto is Nicaragua's national dish.
Corn is the main staple in Nicaragua.
Baseball is the most popular sport in Nicaragua.
Nicaragua has nine six-crater lakes, more than any country situated outside Africa.
Lake Nicaragua is the second largest in entire Latin America.
Lake Nicaragua is the largest freshwater lake in Central America.
Lake Nicaragua houses the world's only freshwater sharks known as Nicaraguan shark.
Lake Nicaragua is also home to a dual volcano island, which is the largest lake island in the world.