Tegucigalpa’s Central Park is full of people and noises that reflect the society of Honduras
The municipality of Ojojona, some 35 kilometers from the national capital, Tegucigalpa, has preserved the magic of rural Spanish colonial architectural and the arts of the indigenous community.
The Constitution of the Republic of Honduras is the country’s highest legal authority and source of law. It seeks to protect democratic, republican values, largely by limiting the powers of the executive and imposing term limits on the presidency.
Agua Volcano overlook, Antigua Guatemala, Sacatepéquez Department Atigua Guatemala’s majestic Agua Volcano At 3,500 meters, Agua Volcano towers over the city of Atigua Guatemala, five kilometers away. With no volcanic activity during recorded history, this natural icon creates perfect selfies without worrying mom. 3 February 2021 This scenic city, at an altitude of 1,500, enjoys […]
The fortress of Santa Bárbara, in the city of Trujillo, is a historical site in Honduras. Originally founded by the Spanish colonists in the early 1500s, it protected the Banana Coast of northern Honduras.
In the northeast corner of Honduras, the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve hosts thousands of amazing animals. Verdant plants and tropical swamps mark the region.