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La Purisima in Granada (short for Purisima Concepcion de Maria)

Year End Celebrations This time of year there are many celebrations in Nicaragua combined with tradition and religion, and involve processions, marching bands and fireworks. It just wouldn’t be the same without the lively and boisterous sounds which accompany these cultural events. La Purisima (short for Purisima Concepcion de Maria) is one of the most…

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Santa Lucia Luxury Colonial Properties

As the high season approaches, more and more building plans, ideas and projects are happening in our ever-growing little piece of paradise of Granada. This month´s newsletter is a focus on a unique development, perfect for those thinking of moving to Granada or interested in real estate investment. Just steps north of the Convento San…

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Halloween in Nicaragua – El Aguizote in Masaya

While Halloween is not a part of the Nicaraguan culture, there is another tradition that involves scary, creepy creatures along with myths and ghosts.  The last Friday of October characters take part of an indigenous tradition that reflects the imagination, beliefs and history of the people. Simply called ¨Agüizotes¨ this is a Nicaraguan celebration held…

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Focus on Business

In 2014, Yasmin and David Tzafar, of Israel, relocated to Granada with a dream of owning their own restaurant.  Working with Casa Granada Properties got them right on track to finding the perfect size and spot for their venture.  Casa Granada Properties owner and agent, Carlos Gutierrez, found the best location and negotiated the sale,…

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Nicaragua Residency

Obtaining Residency in Nicaragua Do you dream of moving to Nicaragua but wonder about the legalities of living in a foreign country?  Many people ask us about residency requirements vs. living on a tourist visa.  It is true, you may live here on a tourist visa, but the visa must be renewed every 90 days. …

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About the Rainy and Sunny Seasons in Nicaragua

The cool smell of tropical vegetation just after the rain has fallen… that, mixed with fresh, cool air and throw in some scenic natural lighting coming from the skies and you’re in for a real treat. The flora and fauna in Nicaragua’s forests and jungles is at its most bountiful when the rain starts to…

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