Difference between revisions of "Nicaragua"

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[[File:USCA screenshot.jpg|thumb|A picture the united USCA in 1836. It broke into Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and El salvador in 1841]]
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'''Nicaragua''' is a nation in Central America, that can be released by the {{flag|United States of Central America}}. It is placed in central USCA bordering {{flag|Costa Rica}} to the South and {{flag|Honduras}} to the north.
 
'''Nicaragua''' is a nation in Central America, that can be released by the {{flag|United States of Central America}}. It is placed in central USCA bordering {{flag|Costa Rica}} to the South and {{flag|Honduras}} to the north.
  
Following the breakup of the USCA, Nicaragua, along with {{flag|Guatemala}}, {{flag|Costa Rica}}, {{flag|Honduras}} and {{flag|El Salvador}}, is an independent country in the 1861 setting.
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Following the breakup of the USCA, Nicaragua, along with {{flag|Guatemala}}, {{flag|Costa Rica}}, {{flag|Honduras}} and {{flag|El Salvador}}, became an independent country. It is independent in the 1861 setting.
 
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Revision as of 21:56, 15 November 2018

Nicaragua
Nicaragua.png
Government type Democracy
Ruling party Partido Liberal (liberal)
Capital León
Population 74.00 thousand, 296.00 thousand in total
Primary culture Central American
Accepted cultures
Literacy 9 %
National value Equality
Tech school Traditional Academia
Status Civilized nation
A picture the united USCA in 1836. It broke into Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and El Salvador in 1841

Nicaragua is a nation in Central America, that can be released by the United States of Central America United States of Central America. It is placed in central USCA bordering Costa Rica Costa Rica to the South and Honduras Honduras to the north.

Following the breakup of the USCA, Nicaragua, along with Guatemala Guatemala, Costa Rica Costa Rica, Honduras Honduras and El Salvador El Salvador, became an independent country. It is independent in the 1861 setting.