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Nicaragua, the new great destination of Central America

By Guy José Bendaña-Guerrero & Asociados - 27/11/2019
Nicaragua, the new great destination of Central America

The November 2019 edition of Vogue Mexico & Latin America, the Latin American edition of Vogue magazine, highlighted Nicaragua as “the new great destination of Central America”.

One of the main articles of the edition brings “an exceptional guide” of the country, a “land of lakes and volcanoes that you should have in the list of your next destinations”.

Often overlooked in favour of neighbouring Costa Rica, this tropical playground boasts Lake Nicaragua – the largest freshwater lake in Central America – as well as colonial towns such as the Unesco World Heritage Site Granada and a lush volcanic island with Unesco Biosphere Reserve status called Ometepe. Oh, and some of the best surf breaks in the world. However, the country still remains relatively undiscovered”, states part of the article, which mentions some of Nicaragua’s top tourism spots such as Costa Esmeralda, the colonial town of Granada, its eco-friendly hotels, Ometepe island and the Caribbean coast and landscape.
 

By Guy José Bendaña-Guerrero & Asociados - 27/11/2019
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The Law Firm, specialized in the field of Intellectual Property, formerly known as Henry Caldera & Henry Caldera-Pallais, was founded in 1907 by Mr. Henry Caldera, as part of a three-way operation consisting also of the import and retail of goods. With time, these three operations became separate enterprises. That same year, and through the efforts of Mr. Caldera, Nicaragua had its first Trademark Law.

In the late 1930’s, Mr. Caldera’s older son, Henry Caldera-Pallais, after obtaining a Law degree in Nicaragua, furthered his studies in the University of Michigan, where he graduated to become a U.S. Registered Patent Agent. During his stay in the United States, he gained experience working with the New York firm of Lagner, Parry, Card and Largner. In the late 1940’s, Mr. Caldera-Pallais returned to Nicaragua to take charge of the Law Firm, which became known as Henry Caldera & Henry Caldera-Pallais.