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|Coordinates: 11°54′N86°06′W / 11.900°N 86.100°W|
|• Municipality||12 sq mi (32 km2)|
|• Density||1,300/sq mi (520/km2)|
Niquinohomo (Spanish pronunciation: [nikinoˈomo] ) is a municipality in the Masaya department of Nicaragua. It is home to the oldest extant church in Nicaragua; Church of Saint Ann (Iglesia de Santa Ana). The city’s patron saint, as well as the birthplace of Augusto César Sandino, after whom the Sandinista movement was named.
Masaya is a department in Nicaragua. It is the country's smallest department by area (611 km²) and has a population of 397,632. The capital is the city of Masaya. It is famous among Nicaraguan people for its nickname, "La Cuna Del Folklore" which translates to. It is also the site of the Masaya Volcano, an active 635m volcano which last erupted in 2016.
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Chinandega is a city and the departmental seat of Chinandega department in Nicaragua. It is also the administrative centre of the surrounding municipality of the same name. It is Nicaragua's 2nd most important city (economy) and 6th largest city, with a population of 114,417, and a total of 137,170 in the municipality. It is located about 134 kilometres (83 mi) northwest of Managua and about 72 kilometres (45 mi) southwest of El Guasaule, on the border with Honduras. Chinandega is situated about 20 kilometres (12 mi) from the Pacific Ocean.
Juigalpa is the municipal seat of Juigalpa Municipality and the capital city of the Chontales Department of Nicaragua. It is located within the municipality of Juigalpa, approximately 140 km east of Managua on Carretera Rama, in the central region of Nicaragua.
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San Juan de Cinco Pinos, colloquially known as Cinco Pinos, is a town and a municipality in the north of the Chinandega Department in Nicaragua, situated between San Pedro del Norte and Santo Tomás del Norte.
Parliamentary elections were held in Nicaragua on 2 November 1930 to elect half of the seats in the Chamber of Deputies and one-third of the seats in the Senate of the National Congress.
This is a compilation of traditional dances from Nicaragua.
Coordinates: 11°54′N86°06′W / 11.900°N 86.100°W