Maps of Nicaragua. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Nicaragua. All cities of Nicaragua on the maps.
Maps of Nicaragua:
- Detailed political map of Nicaragua. Nicaragua detailed political map.
- Detailed relief and political map of Nicaragua. Nicaragua detailed relief and political map.
- Large detailed administrative and road map of Nicaragua. Nicaragua large administrative and road map.
- Large detailed administrative map of Nicaragua. Nicaragua large detailed administrative map.
- Large detailed physical map of Nicaragua with roads and cities. Nicaragua large physical map with roads and cities.
- Large detailed relief and administrative map of Nicaragua. Nicaragua large relief and administrative map.
- Large detailed political and administrative map of Nicaragua with roads and cities.
- Large detailed topographical map of Nicaragua. Nicaragua large detailed topographical map.
- Map of Nicaragua. Nicaragua map.
- Nicaragua large detailed political map. Large detailed political map of Nicaragua.
- Nicaragua location map. Location map of Nicaragua.
Nicaragua – short description:
Managua is its capital city where about 20% of the nation’s population resides. About twenty percent of this nation has been made biological reserves, nature reserves and national parks. This country is basically dependent on agriculture and this sector makes up more than half of Nicaragua total exports. The agricultural exports yield about three hundred million dollars every year.
After agriculture, tourism is the other sector that is earning revenue for the country. It has been reported that the tourism industry of the country has increased by 70% in the last seven years or so.
The growth and development of the tourism industry in Nicaragua has positively influenced the other industries in the country such as the finance industry, the commercial industry and the agricultural industry.
Most of the tourists who visit the country are from the United States. It has been reported that about sixty thousand tourists visit Nicaragua from the U.S each year and most of them are tourists or business people.