This is the Honduras flag, the five cerulean stars were placed in the center to represent the five original Central American provinces. The colors and pattern are the same as the flag of the United Provinces of Central America.
This is a baleadas, it is a traditional Honduran dish usually served at breakfast it is made up of a traditional flour tortilla with cheese, avacodos, and beans. However sometimes they put scrambled eggs and ground beef in as well.
Another Honduran dish is Carne Asada, it is made up of grilled beef marinated in lemon, vinegar, sugar, black pepper, and cumin seed, there are also various sides, It is served on a tortilla.
The population is 8,304,677, Some of the native groups of the native indigenous people are the maya, Lenca, the Garífuna, the Miskito, and the Chortí. The Lenca, the largest indigenous group (numbering about 50,000), live in the west and in the southwestern interior. Some anthropologists argue that the Lenca still practice some traditional customs and that they are the survivors of a once extensive indigenous population that lived in the departments of Lempira, Intibucá, La Paz, Valle. They regard the identification of this community as indigenous because their native language is no longer spoken and their culture is to a large extent similar to the ladino majority. Chortí speak Spanish but have a little bit of Mayan mixed in.