Matagalpa


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Matagalpa

 

a city in Nicaragua, administrative center of the department of Matagalpa. Population, 22,600; 74,700 in the metropolitan area (1969). It is the center of a coffee-growing and coffee-processing area. There is cottage manufacture of consumer goods such as footwear and soap.

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12 regarding B2Gold's plans for an open-pit gold mine in Rancho Grande, in the central department of Matagalpa.
The 30,000 micro meters will be installed in Managua, Matagalpa, Boaco, Carazo, Rio San Juan and other places, plus 42 macrometers in Chinandega, Nueva Segovia, Chontales and other cities.
Look how high that flame is," said Sarahi Pastran as she cooked bananas in her kitchen at the La Hermandad coffee cooperative in San Ramon de Matagalpa in Nicaragua.
Stafford, memo to Area Commander, Matagalpa, June 16, 1930, folder Matagalpa Dist.
Both installations were built in San Ramon, Matagalpa by volunteers and a local solar company over the course of three days.
supporting local integral careful in Jinotega and Matagalpa Health Systems;
One is a blend of a Nicaraguan and Mexican coffees called "Early Bird Blend," the other is a single-origin coffee from estate farm Selva Negra in Matagalpa, Nicaragua.
Matagalpa province has among the highest rates of maternal mortality in Nicaragua.
Dyma'r antur olaf ar ein taith yn Nicaragua, o'r brifddinas Managua i berfeddion Matagalpa, a chymuned wledig Santa Luz.
This most northern dialect, recorded in 2001 at Selva Negra in Matagalpa, also consisted of songs with exceptionally loud and soft notes.
Driving through the Departamentos (Provinces) of Jinotega and Matagalpa is something that will stay with me forever.
Around Jinotega and Matagalpa, the two coffee producing regions of Nicaragua, the United Nations World Food Programme noted that half the population was malnourished.