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General Francisco Morazán


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Central American

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Employment History

Lawyer and Politician, President


President of Central America



State of Costa Rica

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After federal soldiers for Central America killed some of his relatives, José Rafael Carrera Turcios led a revolt against Central American president Francisco Morazán, and by 1851, with Guatemala free from the federation, Carrera became the first president of Guatemala (17).

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Formerly called Gotera, its name was modified in 1887 to honour Francisco Morazan, the former Central American president.


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Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Travel info, history, Valle de Angeles, Santa Lucia, La Tigra, El Picacho, Olimpia, Motagua, museums, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, bars, photos [cached]

If you stand by the statue of Morazán in the central park and look up north, La Leona is the first concrete thing you see as you drop your gaze down from the statue of Christ.

Francisco Morazán was a Honduran, born in Tegucigalpa, who served as president of Central America (1830-1840) during its short tenure as a united nation. His birthplace, one block north of the peatonal, is marked by a plaque off Calle Mendiete (on a the north wall of a building on the west side of the street.) He advocated free elections and popular education, and so was executed by conservatives in 1842.

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On independence in 1821 Honduras joined the Central American Federation, and the Honduran general, Francisco Morazán, became its first president. He also entered the phatheon of national heroes after he was killed in the break-up of the federation in 1839.

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