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Margarita Amarilla


Kristian Sosa

3º “C”

Institute Sagrada Familia – 2010


Belize, is a democratic constitutional monarchy, and thenorthernmost Central American nation. Belize has a diverse society, comprising many cultures and languages. Although Kriol and Spanish are spoken among the population, Belize is the only country in CentralAmerica where English is the official language.
Belize is bordered by Mexico to its north, by Guatemala to its south and west, and by the Caribbean Sea to the east.

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① Official Name Of The Country: Belize

② Capital:Belmopan

③ Geographical Location:

④ Flag:

⑤ Religion: Nearly 80% of the inhabitants are Christian, with 49.6% of Belizeans being Roman Catholics and 29% Protestants.

⑥ Government:Parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy.

⑦ Currency: Belize dollar (BZD)

⑧ Official Language: English

⑨ National Shield:

⑩ History: The history of Belize dates backthousands of years. The Maya civilization spread into the area of Belize between 1500 BC and AD 200 and flourished until about AD 1200. Several major archeological sites reflect the advanced civilizationand much denser population of that period. The first recorded European settlement was established by shipwrecked English seamen in 1638. Over the next 150 years, more English settlements were...
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