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Have you ever wanted to go to a place during our winter season that is warm or hot most of the year Well most people choose Florida or California But why not go out of the country this winter and try the largest country of Central America Nicaragua I did lots of research on Nicaragua and I hope you learn as much as I did To begin my report I will give you some brief history The first inhabitants of Nicaragua were the Nicaro Indians This way of life was blended with Spanish settlers when they first came The name of this tribe was from a great Indian chief whose name was also Nicaro This chief was so famous that the country of Nicaragua was also gotten from his name Next I will tell you about the land of Nicaragua It is located in Central America and is the largest country there It is on the continent of North America Nicaragua is 50193 square miles 130000 square kilometers Honduras borders Nicaragua in the north and it is bordered by Costa Rica on the south There are two oceans that border Nicaragua On the east there is the Carribean Sea and on the west is the Pacific Ocean Nicaragua has many different types of land forms There are mostly volcanoes some active behind the coastal plains and along the Pacific border The active volcanoes cause some danger to the coastal cities but there havent been any serious accidents The largest volcano in Nicaragua the Santiago Volcano lies south of Nicaraguas capital city Lots of steam rises from the little holes that surround the volcanoes East of these volcanic regions are the Central Highlands This part of Nicaragua is rainy and has some evergreen and deciduous forests dotted around The forests floors are flat not hilly like some other regions Very few people live in this forest-like place There are also some lakes in
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