Lake Nicaragua is the largest lake in Central America.
It’s so vast that when the Spanish were exploring Nicaragua, they thought they’d reached the sea! Lake Nicaragua is a magical natural wonder. It has been home to ancient civilizations, as well as prosperous cities.
This lake drains to the Caribbean Sea through the San Juan River. It’s connected to Lake Managua in the...Read More
Famous Hispanic women in history have inspired countless young women to believe in their dreams. They show us how powerful we are as individuals and how much we can inspire others with our actions.
Keep reading to meet 13 famous Hispanic women whose amazing accomplishments will motivate you to improve the world.
13 Famous Hispanic Women in History
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León Viejo was the discovery of Luis Cuadra Cea back in 1931, on April 22nd.
“I discovered the ruins of the cathedral of Our Lady of Assumption of León Viejo (…) destroying the popular legend that considered them submerged under the waters of Managua Lake…”—Luis Cuadra Cea.
This World Heritage Site is located in Nicaragua—home to the oldest archeological sites in Central...Read More
Everybody knows about the astounding Great Barrier Reef off the shores of Australia, but have you heard of the Mesoamerican Reef? It’s equally impressive!
In Mexico, it’s near Playa del Carmen, Tulum, and Cozumel Island. Its colors, biodiversity, and beautifully fragile corals never cease to amaze.
Let me take you today on a snorkeling tour. Let’s explore the fascinating underwater...Read More
Did you know that the rainforest in Guatemala is one of the most important biomes in the country? Yes! At least 31% of the Guatemalan territory is rainforest.
What is the name of the rainforest in Guatemala? We call it la selva tropical.
Keep reading to discover 11 amazing Guatemalan rainforest sites to visit!
Top 7 Most Breathtaking Rainforests in Guatemala ...Read More
There are 163 theaters in Mexico City today, and the oldest still standing is the Fru Fru theater—built in 1899.
Up until 1931, The New Colosseum of Mexico (El Nuevo Coliseo de México) had been standing for 178 years before it burned down. This was the first theater in Mexico City, which the viceroy at the time, Juan Vicente de Güemez Pacheco de Padilla, built and opened on December 23rd...Read More
There is an abundance of geographical facts to explore about Guatemala as it has a convenient location—its surrounding mountains even protect it from incoming hurricanes.
Known as “the country of eternal spring” (El país de la eterna primavera), it has plentiful natural wonders, such as volcanoes, lakes, caves, cenotes, jungles, forests, and beaches.
Join me as I unravel these 10...Read More
Of the 139 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Latin America and the Caribbean, 35 are in Mexico!
A UNESCO World Heritage site is a landmark or area legally protected by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Their cultural, historical, or scientific significance are of outstanding value to humanity. World heritage sites are divided in three...Read More
Famous Hispanic scientists follow their dreams to change the course of history. They show us how much we can accomplish if we set our minds to it—including learning a second language.
It’s important to acknowledge and honor diversity by crediting these amazing scientists. Read on to learn more about 11 of the most famous Hispanic scientists of all time. They’ll inspire you not only...Read More
Are you looking for TV shows in Spanish on Netflix?
By watching TV shows in Spanish, you learn different pronunciations and improve your skills exponentially. This activity helps you move toward fluency. It’s best to start watching TV shows in Spanish with subtitles and work your way up to viewing without subtitles.
Lots of amazing TV shows in Spanish online help you not only...Read More