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The most populous city in Nicaragua is the capital city, Managua, with a population of 1.8 million (2005).As of 2009, over 6.9 million inhabitants live in the Pacific, Central and North regions, 5.1 in the Pacific region alone, while inhabitants in the Caribbean region only reached an estimated 300,000.The total number of immigrants to Nicaragua, both originating from other Latin American countries and all other countries, never surpassed 1% of its total population prior to 1995.The 2005 census showed the foreign-born population at 1.2%, having risen a mere .06% in 10 years.There is also a smaller number of Garifuna, a people of mixed Carib, Angolan, Congolese and Arawak descent.
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Most Nicaraguans live in Nicaragua, although there is also a significant Nicaraguan diaspora, particularly in Costa Rica and the United States with smaller communities in other countries around the world.
There are also people living in Nicaragua who are not Nicaraguans because they were not born or raised in Nicaragua nor have they gained citizenship.
In the 19th century Nicaragua experienced a wave of immigration, primarily from Europe.
In particular, families from Spain, Germany, Italy, France and Belgium generally moved to Nicaragua to start a new life.