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Tegucigalpa was founded on the 29th of September, 1578. A big party to celebrate the founding of the city takes place on this date. The event includes a great Carnival with floats and many music bands. If you happen to be in Tegus on those dates, don’t miss the birthday party !

Tegucigalpa has grown much since those days, and it is now a bustling city. It is the second largest city in Central America. Because of its geography, surrounded by mountains, many of the poorer areas are clearly seen from the valley. Poor people settle high in the mountains around the city. Personally, I love the downtown Tegucigalpa area, where the Central Park, the metropolitan Cathedral and most of the old buildings are. The Paseo Liquidambar is my favorite area, a pedestrian street that connects the Central Park with the Bonilla Theater about 5 blocks away.

Here you will see some of the most iconic buildings in town, many different shops and restaurants and the nicest museum in Honduras, the Museo de Identidad Nacional (MIN) . Within one block from the Cathedral you will find an interesting colonial cluster formed by the Las Mercedes Church and the National Art Gallery , both of them adjacent to the National Congress building. Both of the above mentioned buildings are worth visiting if you have an interest in history and art.

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    Tegucigalpa was founded on the 29th of September, 1578. A big party to celebrate the founding of the city takes place on this date. The event includes a great Carnival with floats and many music bands. If you happen to be in Tegus on those dates, don’t miss the birthday party !

    Tegucigalpa has grown much since those days, and it is now a bustling city. It is the second largest city in Central America. Because of its geography, surrounded by mountains, many of the poorer areas are clearly seen from the valley. Poor people settle high in the mountains around the city. Personally, I love the downtown Tegucigalpa area, where the Central Park, the metropolitan Cathedral and most of the old buildings are. The Paseo Liquidambar is my favorite area, a pedestrian street that connects the Central Park with the Bonilla Theater about 5 blocks away.

    Here you will see some of the most iconic buildings in town, many different shops and restaurants and the nicest museum in Honduras, the Museo de Identidad Nacional (MIN) . Within one block from the Cathedral you will find an interesting colonial cluster formed by the Las Mercedes Church and the National Art Gallery , both of them adjacent to the National Congress building. Both of the above mentioned buildings are worth visiting if you have an interest in history and art.

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      Spanish, literally "the depths," probably in reference to coastal waters on the east side. Said to have been called that by Columbus in 1524. Related: Honduran .

      Republic in Central America , bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the north, Nicaragua to the east and south, El Salvador and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, and Guatemala to the west. Its capital and largest city is Tegucigalpa.

      the capital of the Republic of Honduras and the chief political, economic, and cultural center of the country. Tegucigalpa is located in the Choluteca River valley at an elevation of about 1,000 m. The climate is tropical. The average temperature in January is 19.6°C, and in July, 22.6°C. Annual precipitation totals 1,047 mm. Population, 317,000 (1974).

      Tegucigalpa is a highway junction and has an international airport. The city has the food-processing, textile, clothing, leather footwear, sawmilling, and tobacco industries. Construction materials and matches are also produced.

      Tegucigalpa was founded by the Spanish in the late 16th century, when silver was discovered in the region. In the 18th century silver and gold mining and the quarrying of marble led to a rapid population increase. On Nov. 2, 1880, the capital of Honduras was moved from Comayagua to Tegucigalpa.

      Tegucigalpa was founded on the 29th of September, 1578. A big party to celebrate the founding of the city takes place on this date. The event includes a great Carnival with floats and many music bands. If you happen to be in Tegus on those dates, don’t miss the birthday party !

      Tegucigalpa has grown much since those days, and it is now a bustling city. It is the second largest city in Central America. Because of its geography, surrounded by mountains, many of the poorer areas are clearly seen from the valley. Poor people settle high in the mountains around the city. Personally, I love the downtown Tegucigalpa area, where the Central Park, the metropolitan Cathedral and most of the old buildings are. The Paseo Liquidambar is my favorite area, a pedestrian street that connects the Central Park with the Bonilla Theater about 5 blocks away.

      Here you will see some of the most iconic buildings in town, many different shops and restaurants and the nicest museum in Honduras, the Museo de Identidad Nacional (MIN) . Within one block from the Cathedral you will find an interesting colonial cluster formed by the Las Mercedes Church and the National Art Gallery , both of them adjacent to the National Congress building. Both of the above mentioned buildings are worth visiting if you have an interest in history and art.

      Tegucigalpa was founded on the 29th of September, 1578. A big party to celebrate the founding of the city takes place on this date. The event includes a great Carnival with floats and many music bands. If you happen to be in Tegus on those dates, don’t miss the birthday party !

      Tegucigalpa has grown much since those days, and it is now a bustling city. It is the second largest city in Central America. Because of its geography, surrounded by mountains, many of the poorer areas are clearly seen from the valley. Poor people settle high in the mountains around the city. Personally, I love the downtown Tegucigalpa area, where the Central Park, the metropolitan Cathedral and most of the old buildings are. The Paseo Liquidambar is my favorite area, a pedestrian street that connects the Central Park with the Bonilla Theater about 5 blocks away.

      Here you will see some of the most iconic buildings in town, many different shops and restaurants and the nicest museum in Honduras, the Museo de Identidad Nacional (MIN) . Within one block from the Cathedral you will find an interesting colonial cluster formed by the Las Mercedes Church and the National Art Gallery , both of them adjacent to the National Congress building. Both of the above mentioned buildings are worth visiting if you have an interest in history and art.

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