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Question 1: Also present is a small Middle Eastern-Nicaraguan community of Syrians, ________, Palestinian Nicaraguans, Jewish Nicaraguans, and Lebanese people in Nicaragua with a total population of about 30,000.
Armenian Apostolic ChurchArmenian languageArmenian diasporaArmenians

Question 2:
What is the capital of Nicaragua?

Question 3: [137][138] In September 1980, UNESCO awarded Nicaragua the “________” award for the literacy campaign.
Vladimir LeninNadezhda KrupskayaMarxismLeon Trotsky

Question 4:
What is the native name for Nicaragua
Repu00FAblica Popular de Angola
Repu00FAblica Filipina
Repu00FAblica de Nicaragua
Confederaciu00F3n de Trabajadores de la Repu00FAblica de Panamu00E1

Question 5: The Spanish Empire conquered the region in the 16th century and the territory became associated with the Viceroyalty of New Spain and later the ________.
New Kingdom of GranadaCaptaincy General of GuatemalaViceroyalty of PeruCaptaincy General of Chile

Question 6: Nicaragua has a population growth rate of 1.8% as of ________.
2008200420072006

Question 7: Combinations of styles from the ________ and the United States can be found throughout the country.
CubaDominican RepublicHaitiNicaragua

Question 8:
Which of the following titles did Nicaragua have?
Member for Martin
Perkel graph
International membership
Mr. Chevy Celebrity

Question 9:
What is the calling code of Nicaragua?
505
224
677
223

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Anastasio Somoza García and his sons Luis Somoza Debayle (left) and Anastasio Somoza Debayle (right).
  The seaport in Corinto, Nicaragua is the country's only deep-water port capable of handling container ships and tankers.
  An African-Nicaraguan.
  Turtles are common in many beaches of Nicaragua when on a yearly basis they collectively arrive at the same time on the same beach to lay their eggs. They are protected by the Nicaraguan government in National Parks
















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