Governors and Presidents of Honduras

The President of Honduras is the head of state and government of the nation, he is officially identified as Constitutional President of the Republic of Honduras in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of Honduras of 1982.

Ethnic groups of Honduras

Honduras being a multi-ethnic country and has among its living culture the Pesh, Tawahkas, Lencas, Tolupanes, Chortís, Garífunas and Miskitos.

These groups are part of history, which despite economic and geopolitical changes have maintained their way of life and vision of the world.

Ethnic groups of Honduras

Honduran woman representing the Ethnic Groups of Honduras

National Heroes and National Symbols of Honduras


Proceres of Honduras

Honduras counts in the memory of history with the deeds of great men, who were an example of dedication, courage and love for the country.

Every year as the national celebrations approach, they are reminded so that present and future generations are inspired and learn from their love for Honduras.

Próceres Nacionales y Símbolos Patrios de Honduras

Honduras has great men, who were an example of dedication and love for the country. In addition to major and minor national symbols.

Every year as the national celebrations approach, they are reminded so that present and future generations are inspired and learn from their love for Honduras.

History of Honduras


List of Governors and Presidents of Honduras

Governors and Presidents of Honduras

The President of Honduras is the head of state and government of the nation, he is officially identified as Constitutional President of the Republic of Honduras in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of Honduras of 1982.

History of Currency in Honduras

History of Currency in Honduras

From the pre-Columbian period where the barter system was used to the use of bills and coins today

History of the Declaration of Independence of Honduras

History of the Declaration of Independence of Honduras

Two days before September 15, an email from Tuxtla, Comitán, Ciudad Real, and Chiapas arrived in Guatemala, sending copies of the acts by which these peoples joined the Plan of Iguala.