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do you want to hear a fun fact. well if you do then keep reading if not read something else in the packet,but this fact will still be here when you are done. have you ever wondered how Honduras got its name On July 30, 1502, Christopher Columbus first saw Honduran soil and he claimed the territory in the name of his sovereigns, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. He named the area "Honduras" (meaning "depths") for the deep water off the coast.

honduras also has some cool things. for example it has this underwater museum thing that has a cool artifact that looks like an indian made it.

The honduras flag is cool you may be like ¨ya right what dose this have any thing to do with honduras¨ and I would be like ¨ IT IS HOW YOU IDENTIFY THE COUNTRY¨

honduras is at 15.2000° N, 86.2419° W in the world. that is what point you would find honduras.

did you know that there are 9.113 million people in honduras 

the people of honduras vote the same way that we do if you were wondering that.

basic info

the capital of honduras

also did you know that honduras has an area of 43,433 mi²

did you know that honduras has a lot of cool landforms to. for example the gulf of fonseca. did you know that the gulf of fonseca is about 20 miles (32 km) across, but widens to approximately 50 miles (80 km).

after Hurricane Mitch caused massive flooding and scoured the earth in 1998, an artificial "desert" was created in the pastures and fields along the Choluteca River on the country's dry, Pacific coastal plains. Massive flooding caused by Mitch tore away topsoil, uprooted trees and moved cubic miles of sand into the area. there for making this dessert.

land forums 

another one for example the Cerro Las Minas , Lempira which has a  elevation of 2870m.

another one for example the Cerro Las Minas , Lempira which has a  elevation of 2870m.

participation = The coastal lowlands average 31° C (88° F )

tmep = In fact, the average daily temperature reaches 86 degrees Fahrenheit


costal heat

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climate 

participation = In fact, the average daily temperature reaches 86 degrees Fahrenheit

temp = in the mountains with temperatures ranging from 16°C (61°F) to 20°C (68°F).

inner storms

Located in western Honduras, Copán is a relatively small Mayan site famous for its remarkable series of portrait stelae. The stelae and sculptured decorations of the buildings of Copán are some of the very finest surviving art of ancient Mesoamerica. Some of the stone structures at Copán date back to the 9th century BC. The city grew into one of the most important Maya sites by the 5th century with more than 20,000 inhabitants but was mysteriously abandoned a few centuries later. The nearby town of Copán Ruinas has all types of accommodations and other facilities for tourists.

Comayagua Street Carpets:

During the week between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, the quiet colonial village of Comayagua bursts into a flurry of activity and color with its street carpet tradition. Made with layers of colored sawdust and other natural materials like rice and flower petals, the huge carpets are elaborately designed to depict Biblical figures and events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The community then joins in a procession of reenacting the events of the crucifixion by walking on the carpets in costumes, carrying religious icons and reading from scripture. Even for non-religious visitors, the tradition is a must-do to see the artistic beauty of the carpets.

man made things

Guanaja:

The picturesque island of Guanaja offers tourists an idyllic escape where they can relax or engage in fun outdoor activities. With its year-round warm temperatures, high levels of visibility and coral reef, the ocean waters surrounding Guanaja are ideal for diving and snorkeling. Other things to do include jungle trekking, hiking to Grant’s Peak, viewing a lovely waterfall, and exploring the shopping, cuisine and culture of the local villages.


did you know that in the indian market gold prices have lowered.

natural resources

They dance: To attract fish, cleaning shrimp wave their white antennae and do a little dance.

you can make some pretty good duck calls out of the stuff.



it also says that they might make sculptures to. wich is cool. and they look good. they may use mahogany wood to do this to.

you can buy some on https://www.coffeeam.com/honduras-silver-hills-coffee.html and it is 7.95 for one bag.

products

also it says in this article that honduras makes the finest mahogany furniture.

did you know that an onion is rich source of vitamin C.

a cabbage is Low in Saturated Fat.

agriculture

  • Just one medium carrot or a handful of baby carrots counts as one serving of your daily veggies.

street carpet day that was one. which you make these on that day.

The biggest event in the country loved by all Hondurans is the annual carnival held in La Ceiba. San Pedro Sula also hosts a large traditional festival called the Feria Juniana with lots of live music.

culture


Latin America but also to the multi-ethnic nature of the country. The population comprises 85% Mestizo, 8% Caucasian, 6% Amerindian, and 1% Black.