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To the south lies the lava desert, well named "the Hell of Masaya," barring the road from Granada.
Masaya had not been taken, but Walker had achieved a greater victory and inflicted a heavy loss upon the allies.
Half-way down its sides lies the Lake of Masaya, imprisoned within its walls of adamant.
It was acted in the Mangue tongue at Masaya as late as 1822, but the text is, unfortunately, lost.The Gegence; A Comedy Ballet in the Nahuatl-Spanish Dialect of Nicaragua|Daniel G. Brinton
Four hundred of them had fallen in the battle of Masaya, and an equally large number was supposed to have perished before Granada.