Nicaraguan capital


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Noun1.Nicaraguan capital - the capital and largest city of NicaraguaNicaraguan capital - the capital and largest city of Nicaragua
Nicaragua, Republic of Nicaragua - a republic in Central America; achieved independence from Spain in 1821
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Sited south-east of the Nicaraguan capital Managua, Costa Esmeralda Airport, has opened to commercial traffic after it was inaugurated early last month.
Katiuska Noguera and Isabel Reyes smiled at each other shyly, both misting up a bit as they exchanged vows on a warm, breezy Thursday in the Nicaraguan capital Managua.
El Castillo sits 300km South East of the Nicaraguan capital, Managua and Alex joined students from South Africa, Canada, Germany and Australia on the educational trip.
El Castillo sits 300km South East of the Nicaraguan capital Managua, and Alex joined students from South Africa, Canada, Germany and Australia on the educational trip.
Meteorite leaves crater in Nicaraguan capital Managua
British scientists say a crater left in the Nicaraguan capital of Managua may be linked to the 2014 RC "pitbull" asteroid - and that there could be plenty of other flying rocks ready to crash to Earth.
Matt Baker 1972: Earthquake wreaks devastation in Nicaragua Ten thousand people are feared dead after a two-hour earthquake ripped through the Nicaraguan capital of Managua.
During the meeting in the Nicaraguan capital of Quito yesterday, Saeedlou and Morales underlined the need for the expansion of relations between Iran and Bolivia.
Summary: Dozens of dog owners dress their pets over for a traditional dog-blessing mass in the Nicaraguan capital of Managua.
The Nicaraguan capital of Managua has suffered two devastating earthquakes in recent memory (1931 and 1972), as well as a civil war, which ended in 1979, enabling the democratic country to move forward with modernization efforts, including the introduction of vital literacy and health programs for its people.
More than 6,000 people were evacuated from lakeside districts of the Nicaraguan capital Managua, as Lake Xolotlan rose to dangerous levels.