Trivia Crack Answer: Nicaragua
About Cuba, Madagascar, Greenland and Nicaragua
Nicaragua is not an island. Cuba is an island nation off the southern coast U.S. Cuba is the largest island in the Republic of Cuba. The Isla de la Juventud and many archipelagos are also part of the Republic. Cuba was a part of the Spanish Empire until the Spanish-American War in 1898. Madagascar is also an island nation, this one off the coast of East Africa. Madagascar was previously a part of the French colonial empire. Today, it is an independent nation, run through a representative democracy. The island of Madagascar is one of the most biologically diverse and unique areas in the world. Although Greenland is both very large and misleadingly named, it is an island. Greenland was settled by the Norse in the 900s and the Inuit in the 1200s. The Norse left in the 1400s. Greenland is the largest island in the world. A long time Danish colony, Greenland primarily rules itself now. Nicaragua is not an island. It is a country in Central America, previously a Spanish colony. Nicaragua gained its independence in 1821. Nicaragua is a popular tourist destination thanks to its volcanoes and tropical climate.