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Prinzapolka

Prinzapolka
Municipality
Town of Alamikamba at the shores of the Prinzapolka River
Town of Alamikamba at the shores of the Prinzapolka River
Prinzapolka is located in Nicaragua
Prinzapolka
Prinzapolka
Location in Nicaragua
Coordinates:
Country  Nicaragua
Department North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region
Area
 • Municipality 2,710 sq mi (7,020 km2)
Population (2005)
 • Municipality 16,105
 • Density 5.9/sq mi (2.3/km2)
 • Urban 1,689
Time zone Central Time (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) No DST (UTC-6)
Climate Af

Prinzapolka (Spanish pronunciation: ) is a municipality in the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region of Nicaragua.

Prinzapolka is also an important river basin in the Caribbean Coast Region of Nicaragua 330 km (198 mi).

External links

  • To view more photos of Prinzapolka taken in the late 1950s, go to this site: http://picasaweb.google.com/JimDrebert/SiunaNicaragua1955To1961#
Town of Prinzapolka town viewed from the Prinazpolka River near its mouth on the Caribbean Sea
View of Puerto Isabel dock 3 miles south of Prinzapolka and beach cabins belonging to La Luz Gold Mine in Siuna and Bonanza and Rosita
Photo of Puerto Isabel dock owned by La Luz Gold Mine in Siuna and Bonanza and Rosita



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