Honduras Kimberly Friesen

This is Tegucigalpa, the capital.

This is the Honduras Flag
The population is 8.098 million.
Some of their leading products are beef, cotton and coffee.
Olla is a typical Honduran soup made with beef broth, squash, yucca and common Central American vegetables. The baleada is one of the most common street foods in Honduras. It's a flour tortilla, filled with refried beans, quesillo or cheese and sour cream.

FUN FACTS

Christopher Columbus discovered Honduras.

The Lempira (Honduran money) is named after an Indian chief that died trying to save his lands from the Spaniards.

More than 50% of the country lives below poverty levels.

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Created with images by SEDACMaps - "Honduras Poverty Gap Index" • WordRidden - "Beef!" • mrsdkrebs - "Cotton Bolls" • jarmoluk - "coffee beans coffee the drink"

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