Documenting the Nicaragua Canal Route

Expat Chronicles
In 1914 the Panama Canal was lauded as the largest engineering project in history. A century later there is a new contender that, if completed, will take the title.
The Nicaragua Canal is an ambitious project plans to cut a waterway three times longer (175 miles) and 150% deeper and wider than the Panama Canal and carry 2.5 times the capacity. It also includes building tourist centers, five-star hotels complete with golf courses, an international airport in a free trade zone, new highways running alongside the canal, two deep-water ports, and an artificial lake to support the water needs for Read More

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