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  • Nicaraguan Poet, Sociologist and Writer Isolda Hurtado

    Nicaraguan poet, writer, sociologist and translator, Isolda Hurtado, was born in Granada on January 22, 1956. She studied Sociology and Philosophy at the University of New Orleans, later going ...

  • SONATI: Promoting Environmental Responsibility

    With non-profit environmentally-friendly hostels in both León and Estelí, SONATI offers visitors the opportunity enjoy a clean and tranquil setting in the heart of these popular Nicaraguan ...

  • New Academic Observatory Opens in Managua

    Named in honor of legendary NASA astronaut, Neil Armstrong, a new observatory was recently inaugurated at the Pierre & Marie Curie high school in Managua. International astronomers, foreign ...

  • International Poetry Festival in Granada

    The annual International Poetry Festival in Granada has grown from small beginnings to be a prestigious event, drawing poets and poetry enthusiasts from around the world. In 2013, the 9th ...

  • Ometepe Island Hosts Extreme Marathon and Survival Run

    Taking place on Ometepe Island on February 16, 2013, Fuego y Agua is a marathon offering runners the option of competing over a distance of 25km, 50km or 100 km, with a new 70 km "Survival ...

  • Coffee: Nicaragua’s Number One Export

    According to a recent report by Nicaragua's export authority - Centro de Trámites de las Exporaciones (CETREX) – coffee has reclaimed its position at the top of the list of the country's ...

  • The Great Green Macaws of Nicaragua

    Found in the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve and Indio-Maíz Biological Reserve of Nicaragua, the Great Green Macaw (Ara ambiguous)is a large parrot found in a number of South and Central American ...

  • Nicaraguan Poet Christian Santos

    Born in Managua on 6 January 1941, Nicaraguan poet Christian Santos discovered her talent for expressing her feelings and viewpoints in poetry when she was only four years old, and would ...

  • Roberto Clemente Baseball Stadium in Masaya

    Located in Masaya, Nicaragua, the Roberto Clemente Stadium is a baseball stadium named in honor of Puerto Rican baseball hero, Roberto Clemente, who was killed in a plane crash traveling from ...

  • Bajadero de Guadalupe and Los Almendros Viewpoints

    When traveling along the Managua-Masaya highway, around 26 kilometers out of Managua in the rural region of Nindirí, is the settlement of El Hoyo – the starting point of the flights of stairs ...