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Nicaragua Bordering Countries:Costa Rica, Honduras
Regional Maps:Map of Central America, World Map
Where is Nicaragua?
Nicaragua Satellite Image
Nicaragua Information:Nicaragua is located in Central America. Nicaragua is bordered by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, with Honduras to the north and Costa Rica to the south.
Nicaragua Cities:Bluefields, Boaco, Bocay, Bonanza, Chichigalpa, Chinandega, Condega, Corinto, El Buff, Esteli, Granada, Jinetope, Jinotega, Jinotepe, Kukalaya, La Boquita, La Cruz de Rio Grande, La Rosita, Laguna de Perlas, Leimus, Leon, Los Chiles, Lovago, Madriz, Managua, Masaya, Matagalpa, Muy Muy, Nueva Guinea, Nuevo Amanecer, Ocotal, Potosi, Prinzapolka, Puerto Cabezas, Puerto Sandino, Punta Gorda, Rama, Rivas, San Benito, San Carlos, San Juan del Norte, San Miguelito, Santo Domingo, Sebaco, Siuna, Somoto, Tipitapa, Veracruz, Villa Nueva and Waspam.
Nicaragua Locations:Bahia de Bluefields, Bahia de Salinas, Bahia de San Juan del Norte, Bahia Punta Gorda, Caribbean Sea, Coco (Segovia) River, Cordillera Chontalena, Cordillera Dariense, Cordillera Isabelia, Golfo de Fonseca, Lago de Apanas, Lago de Apoyo, Lago de Managua, Lago de Nicaragua, Laguna Bismuna, Laguna de Perlas, Laguna de Wounta, Laguna Karata, Laguna Pahara, Pacific Ocean, Rio Amaka, Rio Bambana, Rio Bocay, Rio Escondido, Rio Indio, Rio Kukalaya, Rio Kurinwas, Rio Mico, Rio Prinzapolka, Rio Siguia, Rio Tuma and Rio Wawa.
Nicaragua Natural Resources:Nicaragua has several metal resources some of which are gold, silver, copper, lead, tungsten and zinc. Other natural resources for this country include timber and fish.
Nicaragua Natural Hazards:The location of Nicaragua makes this country extremely susceptible to hurricanes. There are other natural hazards, some of which are active volcanoes, destructive earthquakes, and landslides.
Nicaragua Environmental Issues:An environmental issue for the country of Nicaragua is water pollution. Some issues pertaining to the land are deforestation and soil erosion.
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