Francisco Morazán day (also known as Soldiers Day in Honduras) is celebrated throughout the country on October 3rd of every year as an official Honduras Holiday in the memory of Francisco Morazan Quesada who was the President of Central America as well as the country of Honduras. He was born in Honduras, and hence Francisco [...]
Independence Day in Honduras was celebrated by young and old. School children put on a uniformed display as they marched through streets across the country. In Utila, the townspeople gathered at the soccer field after Utila’s Parade in the morning, to hear each band play. Afterward, barbecues were enjoyed by all. [...]
Happy Independence day Hondurans! Today the 15th of September, 2012 marks the 191st celebration of the declaration of independence from Spain by the five states of Central America; Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Costa Rica. The Central American Independence Day marks the day in 1821 when a congress from all Central American countries declared independence [...]
A series of activities are planned throughout the next year, culminating on December 21, 2012. The day in which, according to the Mayan calendar, the entire world will experience a transition through time.
Banks and public offices are closed on Día de la Raza (Day of the Race). The official date of this holiday is October 12th. The October 12th holiday is known in other countries in the Americas as “Columbus Day”, “Founder’s Day”, or “Discoverer’s Day”. This name for the holiday in the country of Honduras has [...]