For those interested, this is where Boaco is located.
Are the yellow lines roads? The white, I suppose, are "departamento" [county] lines, right?
The correct terminology is Departamento except on the Atlantic Coast where it is a different ball-game.
Counties do not exist in Nicaragua or Louisiana.
Miskito Alan ®
I know, I put in brackets translation for those who don't speak spanish...
States - Not Counties.
I believe it would be comparable to county lines not states. Nicaragua is not divided in States as is the USA. Mexico has a similar subdivision as the USA. The complete name for Mexico being Estados Unidos de Mexico.
Nicaragua is a Republic... and at one time belonged to Mexico... back then the subdivision would of been comparable to that of Mexico/USA. Nicaragua was one of [Mexico's] it's States.
Everthing that you just posted is in error and has no basis of fact in any history.
Go Study & then Reply
Part of Mexico - That is humorous.
maby city lines [towns]
Iva: for your Info every departamento is divided into municipios, I believe that's what the yellow lines are..
Walter G.: THANKS... it's so great to have GPS.
That looks like NicaNix flying in his airplane in that cloud over Boaco.
Dont think he can fly that high......without fdc at least.
Steve does great missionary work for the church.
Please do not compare him to me, Pete, and John and FDC.
Steve has to have an airplane.
With us other 3; no airplane is necessary.
I have recommended to NicaNix that he not pilot satellites; but, only single-engine fixed-wing aircraft.
See if you can get one of these shots, but of Apanas Lake :-).
Is your foult sts :-)~~..
To pile futility on top of irony, it is grotesquely counter-productive. It is driving Nicaragua steadily closer to dependency on Moscow, as a similar embargo did to Cuba a quarter century ago.
— John B. Oakes, New York Times; May 20, 1985