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Christopher Columbus explored Honduras in 1502, leading to Spanish colonization. Once inhabited by various aboriginal groups, Honduras declared independence from Spain in 1821 and alternated between liberal and authorita... More »

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Many interesting facts about Honduras are available online in the CIA World Factbook. There is also information about the country available at Travel.NationalGeographic.com. More detailed facts about the culture of Hondu... More »

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Top tourist attractions in Honduras include Roatan, Copan, Lago de Yojoa and the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve. Comayagua Street Carpets offers a historical and cultural taste of the Central American country. More »

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Many interesting facts about Honduras are available online in the CIA World Factbook. There is also information about the country available at Travel.NationalGeographic.com. More detailed facts about the culture of Hondu... More »

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Some of the major landforms found in Honduras include the large interior plateau of hills and mountains, the Pacific lowlands and the Caribbean Lowlands. The climate varies from temperate in the mountains to tropic in th... More »

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Honduras is in North America. It is one of the seven countries that make up Central America. The others are Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua. In ancient times it was home to the Mayan civilization... More »

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Honduras is located in Central America, which is the most southern part of North America. The country shares a border with Guatemala on the western side, Nicaragua on the southeastern side and El Salvador on the southwes... More »

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