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Geography Statistics of Nicaragua

Nicaragua's Information

Flag of Nicaragua
Land Area 119,990 km2
Water Area 10,380 km2
Total Area 130,370km2 (#96)
Population 5,966,798 (#110)
Population Density 49.73/km2
Government Type Presidential Republic
GDP (PPP) $33.55 Billion
GDP Per Capita $5,300
Currency Cordoba (NIO)
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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.

Nicaragua Trivia

What type of government does Nicaragua have?

In Nicaragua, a presidential republic, the President of the country leads the government and also is the head of state. The National Assembly and the government exercises legislative power. The executive power is vested in the government. An independent judiciary handles the federal judicial functions.

What Type Of Government Does Nicaragua Have?

What is the Currency of Nicaragua?

The official currency of Nicaragua is the Nicaraguan córdoba.

What Is the Currency of Nicaragua?

What Languages are Spoken in Nicaragua?

Spanish is the official language of Nicaragua, although English is also an important language spoken in the nation. The country has several indigenous languages, many of which have become extinct, while others are spoken by small groups of Nicaraguans.

What Languages are Spoken in Nicaragua?

What Were the Contras of Nicaragua?

The Nicaragua contras were right-wing rebels who opposed the socialist "Sandinista" government that was active in Nicaragua from 1979 until 1990. They included the Nicaraguan Democratic Force (Fuerza Democratica Nicaraguense or FDN). I

Who Were The Contras Of Nicaragua?

What is the biggest city in Nicaragua?

Managua is the capital and most populous city of Nicaragua with a population of over 2.2 million.

Biggest Cities In Nicaragua

What Is The Capital Of Nicaragua?

Managua, located on the shores of the Lake Managua, serves as the capital and most populous city of Nicaragua.

What Is The Capital Of Nicaragua?

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