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History of Honduras includes independence, historical figures, important turning points, ancient civilizations, and histories of the many locations of interest and travel destinations.

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The History of Honduras

The History of Honduras

The history of Honduras is easily seen in the country’s numerous Mayan archaeological sites and structures from early Spanish colonization. The Honduran people are …

The Bay Islands History

The Bay Islands History

The discovery of the new World had a tremendous impact on the Bay Islands history. …

Honduran Warrior Lempira

The Lenca chief, Lempira, a warrior of great renown, managed to unify more than two hundred Indian tribes…

Francisco Morazan

Francisco Morazan, a Central American statesman, was born the 3rd of October in Tegucigalpa, Honduras in 1799; and…

Presidents of Honduras

Conservative General Francisco Ferrera became the first elected president of the country of Honduras. Presidents of Honduras after…

Honduras Constitution

Honduras ConstitutionThis English translation of the Honduras Constitution includes all constitutional amendments: Reforms in 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 , 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005. PREAMBLE | PART I: THE STATE | CHAPTER I OF THE HONDURAS CONSTITUTION OF THE ORGANIZATION OF THE STATE…

Official Honduras Symbols – Flag, Tree, Flower, Shield, Anthem

Official Honduras Symbols – Flag, Tree, Flower, Shield, Anthem

The head of the State of Honduras decreed the creation of a national shield on October 3, 1825. Through his initiative, Honduras acquired its own national shield, one which represents…

The History of the Island of Utila Honduras

The History of the Island of Utila Honduras

Columbus, on his fourth voyage on July 30, 1502, discovered the Bay Island of Guanaja. Shortly thereafter, Spain enslaved the natives on each of the Bay Islands (Guanaja, Utila and…

The Bay of Trujillo: Great Beaches and Historic Discovery By Columbus!

The Bay of Trujillo: Great Beaches and Historic Discovery By Columbus!

Christopher Columbus landed in the neighborhood of Trujillo in 1502, during his fourth and last trip to the Americas. Its geographic surroundings with one of the largest and deepest bays in Central America made it an important port during Colonial times. Founded the 18th of May of 1525 by the Spaniard Juan de Medina. The […]

Omoa Honduras

Omoa Honduras

Omoa ranks up there with Honduras top destinations for colonial history. White sand beaches and calm waters that carry gentle breezes provide a great view of dolphins who love the harbor. Known as the home of the San Fernando Fort, built by the Spanish in the late 1700′s. Construction of "Castillo de San Fernando" began […]

Travel to the Colonial Town of Comayagua

Travel to the Colonial Town of Comayagua

On the 8th of December in 1537, Captain Caceres took possession of the land where the city of Comayagua is built today. The strategic location of the city allowed it to become an important community in a short time.

Honduras World Cup Soccer ( Fútbol ) – Honduras en el Mundial

Honduras World Cup Soccer ( Fútbol ) – Honduras en el Mundial

EVERYTHING STOPS in Honduras when the Selección national soccer team plays! For years, Hondurans have cherished their team, win or lose.

Honduran Historian Authors Two Books

Libny Rodrigo Ventura is from San Pedro Sula. He has a Degree in History, and was a professor at the Metropolitan University of Honduras, and the Catholic University in Santa Rosa de Copan.

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