Nicaragua Spanish Language Schools


Nicaragua Spanish Schools


02-01-2005


Logo:Nicaragua Spanish Schools
Telephone:505 8156 6118
Email:nslscontacts@gmail.com
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Address:From the Maria Auxiliadora Church, 1/2 block to the West, 1 block to the South, on El Cementerio st.Granada, Nicaragua
Place:Granada, Nicaragua
Special offers:Program and Prices

Why learn Spanish in Matagalpa Nicaragua? – Learn Spanish

Nicaragua Spanish Language Schools

The city has a population of 109,100 (2005 census), while the population of the department is moreMatagalpa Nicaragua Spanish Language School . Learn Spanish in Matagalpa Nicaragua than 480,000. Matagalpa is Nicaragua’s fifth largest city and one of its most commercially active outside of Managua. Matagalpa is the second most important city in Nicaragua and is known as the “Pearl of the North” and “Land of Eternal Spring.”

Matagalpa was founded by the Spaniards in 1554 during an attempt to find a water passage to the “Northern Sea”, the Caribbean. (Nicaragua’s Spanish colonization originated from the direction of the Pacific Ocean, which was called the Southern Sea by the Spaniards In the 1800’s, there was a Danish and German influence in Matagalpa due to a few reasons, one being that there was gold found in the area during that time. For this reason, you will see lighter-skinned Nicaraguans who often have green or blue eyes (some of the most physically beautiful people in the world).Spanish Courses in Matagalpa . Spanish Lessons in Matagalpa

Matagalpa is a wonderful place for your Spanish-studying adventure. It is cooler than much of the country and is nestled in a beautiful mountainous setting. Here you will study four hours a day, the classes consist of two hours of grammar and two hours of conversation or we can adapt the class structure to your needs and desires.. We can help you set up a homestay with a local family or a stay at one of the local low-cost hotels or hostels. Just let us know your desires and we will help you make it a reality!


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