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United Provinces of Central America
Timeline: Down a Different Path

OTL equivalent: Guatemala, Belize, Nicaragua (minus Corn Islands), Honduras, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Jamaica, and portions of the Mexican states Chiapas and Tabasco
Flag of the Federal Republic of Central America Escudo de la República Federal de Centro América
CentralAmerica DownDifPath
Location of Central America

¡Por la libertad! (Spanish)
("For freedom!")

Anthem "La Granadera"
Capital Managua
Largest city Guatemala City
Other cities San Salvador, San Jose, Tegucigalpa, Belmopan, Belize City
  others English
Religion Roman Catholic
Ethnic Groups
  others White (non-Hispanic), Native American, Black
Demonym Central American
Government Constitutional republic
President Daniel Ortega
Area 510,784 square mi
Population 38,824,190 
Independence from Mexico
  declared July 1, 1823
  recognized July 1, 1823
Currency Central American dollar
Time Zone (UTC-5, -6)
Internet TLD .ce
Organizations United Nations
The United Provinces of Central America, or just Central America, is a republic in North America, composed of 8 provinces. It shares land borders with Colombia and Mexico.




Main article: List of Central American Provinces

See also

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