The Republic of Nicaragua is the Spanish-speaking country in Central America. The state became independent from Spanish Empire in 1821, but still has the traces of its colonial past. Nicaragua shares with most of other former Spanish colonies some distinct features, such as Catholic religion, Spanish language, mixed traditions and population of mixed ancestry called Mestizo. Mestizos in Nicaragua nowadays form the largest ethnic group (up to 70%); they are of indigenous, European and African descent. The culture of the country has various influences, including European and Amerindian particularly. The official paper currency of the state is cordoba, while the legal tender Nicaraguan coins are called centavos. The commemorative coins of Nicaragua are issued for collecting also.
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