With a population well beyond a million, Managua is the second biggest metro area in Central America and by far the biggest city and urban center in Nicaragua.
Almost every fourth Nicaraguan is a Managuan and the city still grows rapidly through people moving in, making a person "born and raised" in Managua something of a rare sight.
What’s undoubtedly true is that the services at the majority of the thousands upon thousands of (sex work) shops in the Land of the Rising Sun simply aren’t available to foreigners.
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Managua's location between the rival cities of León and Granada made it an ideal compromise site when the capital was relocated in the 1850s.
While this decision seemed genius at the time, geology today indicates otherwise, as there is an active fault line right where downtown Managua used to be (before the 1972 earthquake knocked it down, that is). The city is Nicaragua's chief trading center for coffee, cotton, and other crops. Its chief products for trade include beer, coffee, matches, textiles, and shoes.
it comes from the Nahuatl word chichiatl, which means "fermented water"; the verb chicha meaning "to sour a drink" and the postfix -atl meaning water.
(Note that these etymologies are not mutually exclusive.) The common Spanish expression Ni chicha ni limonada (neither chicha nor lemonade) is roughly equivalent to the English "neither fish nor fowl".