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THE BEST KEPT SE­CRET IN THE AME­RI­CAS

Pe­re­gri­na­ción de la Vir­gen de Su­ya­pa en fe­bre­ro (Te­gu­ci­gal­pa), Se­ma­na San­ta en abril, el Car­na­val In­ter­na­cio­nal de La Amis­tad en ma­yo (La Cei­ba), Fe­ria Ju­nia­na en ju­nio (San Pe­dro Su­la), Sun­jam en Uti­la, Fe­ria de San­ta Ro­sa de Co­pán y No­che Ve­ne­cia­na de Puer­to Cor­tés en agos­to.

Pil­gri­ma­ge of the Vir­gin of Su­ya­pa in Fe­bruary (Te­gu­ci­gal­pa), Holy Week in April, the In­ter­na­tio­nal Car­ni­val of Friends­hip in May (La Cei­ba), Ju­ne Fair in Ju­ne (San Pe­dro Su­la), Sun­jam in Uti­la, San­ta Ro­sa de Co­pán and the Ve­ne­tian Night of Puer­to Cor­tés in Au­gust. Hon­du­ras is lo­ca­ted in the cen­ter of the Ame­ri­cas, or Cen­tral Ame­ri­ca as it is of­ten re­fe­rred to this part of the world. It is the se­cond lar­gest country, re­la­ti­vely the si­ze of the sta­te of Ohio in the Uni­ted Sta­tes of Ame­ri­ca or as vast as Bel­gium or Ho­lland. Anot­her im­por­tant fea­tu­re is that Hon­du­ras has the most rug­ged geo­graphy of all Cen­tral Ame­ri­ca; about 75% of its te­rri­tory has ap­pro­xi­ma­tely an in­cli­na­tion of 25° de­grees. In­te­res­tingly, it is the only country in this area whe­re the­re are no vol­ca­noes. Boun­ded on the north by the Ca­rib­bean Sea; south­with El Sal­va­dor, the Gol­fo de Fonseca and Ni­ca­ra­gua; and west by Gua­te­ma­la.

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