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Tegucigalpa Map, Honduras

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Tegucigalpa Travel Guide

There are many well preserved colonial churches in the city. But the 18th century cathedral of St. Michael Archangel and the old 16th century San Francisco church are perhaps the most amazing. Other churches that are worth a visit are Iglesia Los Dolores, La Merced and El Calvario.   read more

Tegucigalpa History

The name of the city means ‘silver hill’ in the infamous Lencan language, and is supported by the fact that the early miners in the district found silver in Tegucigalpa. However this theory is once again in a controversy as it is said that Native Americans did not mine silver and if they did, would not have named a hill after it. So today, the meaning of Tegucigalpa is not clearly known. read more

Tegucigalpa Sightseeing

You can also visit the Parque Picacho which contains the largest statue of Jesus Christ in Guatemala.  The remarkable part about this park and church is that no matter where you are in the city, you can orient yourself by finding the statue because it is always visible.  While you are here you can take a walk over to the National Zoo of Guatemala to see a variety of animals and reptiles.  read more

Tegucigalpa Nightlife

Tegucigalpa lies in the Southern part of the beautiful Honduras, in the Francisco Morazàn province. Francisco Morazàn was a native of Honduras and served as the President of Central America in the year 1830-1840. Tegucigalpa is city that buzzes with numerous activities. Each year thousands of tourists visit the town to enjoy the various attractions.   read more

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