Honduras (Modern World Nations)

Honduras (Modern World Nations)
Publisher: Chelsea House Publications; 1 edition (January 30, 2008) | ISBN: 079109510X | Pages: 135 | File type: PDF | 5,02 mb

Honduras�evokes images of tropical rain forests, misty mountains, Caribbean beaches, and hospitable people living in poverty. Apart from thes stereotypes, what else comes to mind when you hear the word Honduras? The country is one of several in this part of the world that share fundamental physical and cultural characteristics. In the past, these similarities often blurred the distinctions among the region’s countries. Many outsiders fail to distinguish Honduras as a specific place in tropical Central America. In some ways, this identity problem is reflected in the history of Honduras. During its colonial period and then through the early era of independence, Honduras struggled to create its own place within the Spanish colonial and postcolonial
world. Today, Honduras still struggles to assert its cultural independence from its neighbors but at the same time cooperates with them economically for mutual benefit.





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