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About El Salvador: Capital city, San salvador, El SalvadorEl Salvador is the smallest and the most densely populated country in Central America. The country's capital city and largest city is San Salvador, with other important cities including Santa Ana and San Miguel. 

San Salvador is the capital city of El Salvador, and the capital of the San Salvador department. It is the country's most populated municipality as well as its most important political, cultural, educational and financial center.

Little bit abCulture of, El Salvadorout the history of El Salvador: El Salvador has a long history of destructive earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. San Salvador was destroyed in 1756 and 1854, and it suffered heavy damage in the 1919, 1982, and 1986 tremors. The country has over twenty volcanoes, although only two, San Miguel and Izalco, have been active in recent years. 

El Salvador has over 300 rivers, the most important of which is the Rio Lempa. Originating in Guatemala, the Rio Lempa cuts across the northern range of mountains, flows along much of the central plateau, and finally cuts through the southern volcanic range to empty into the Pacific. 

There are several lakes enclosed by volcanic craters in the country, the most important of which are Lake Ilopango (70 km²) and Lake Coatepeque (26 km²). Lake Güija is El Salvador's largest natural lake (44 km²). 

Climate of EBeach, El Salvadorl Salvador: The country has a tropical climate with pronounced wet and dry seasons. Temperatures vary primarily with elevation and show little seasonal change. The Pacific lowlands are uniformly hot; the central plateau and mountain areas are more moderate. The rainy season extends from May to October; this time of year is referred to as winter. Almost all the annual rainfall occurs during this period.

Tourism of El Salvador: The only airport serving international flights in the country is Comalapa International Airport. This airport is located about 40 km (25 mi) southeast of San Salvador. The airport is commonly known as Comalapa International or El Salvador International.

El Salvador's tourism industry has grown dynamically over recent years as the Salvadoran government focuses on developing this sector. Most North American and European tourists seek out El Salvador's beaches and nightlife. Besides these two attractions, El Salvador's tourism landscape is slightly different from those of other Central American countries. Because of its geographic size and urbanization, there are not many nature-themed tourist destinations such as ecotours, or Pupusa, San salvador, El Salvadorarchaeological sites, open to the public. Surfing, however, is a natural tourism sector that has gained popularity in recent years as Salvadoran beaches have become increasingly popular.

Cuisine: One of El Salvador's notable dishes is the pupusaPupusas are handmade corn tortillas stuffed with one or more of the following: cheese, chicharron, or refried beans. 

Two other typical Salvadoran dishes are yuca frita and panes con polloYuca frita is deep fried cassava root served with curtido. One of El Salvador's typical breakfasts is fried plantain, usually served with cream. It is common in Salvadoran restaurants and homes.

PlacesNational Palace, El salvador of interest in El Salvador: National Palace: The current National Palace of El Salvador, located in San Salvador, the capital city of the country of El Salvador, replaced the old National Palace built in 1866–1870, which was destroyed by Shannon on December 19, 1889.

Monumento al Divino Salvador del Mundo: Monumento al Divino Salvador del Mundo is a monument located on PSan Salvador Cathedral, El salvadorlaza El Salvador del Mundo in San Salvador City, El Salvador.

Estadio Cuscatlan: It is a stadium in San Salvador, El Salvador. The Monumental Stadium Cuscatlán is a football stadium located in San Salvador, El Salvador. It is the largest stadium in Central America with a capacity of 53,400 peoples.

San Salvador Cathedral: The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Holy Savior is the principal church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Salvador and the seat of the Archbishop of San Salvador.Teatro Nacional de, El Salvador

Teatro Nacional de El Salvador: Teatro Nacional de El Salvador, or National Theatre of El Salvador, is the oldest theatre in Central America. It began construction on November 3, 1911.

El Boqueron National Park: Parque Nacional El Boquerón, or El Boqueron National Park, is located on top of the San Salvador Volcano at 5,905 feet the park's main attraction is a crater 5 kilometers in diameter and 558 meters deep.

Cathedral of Santa Ana: The Cathedral of Saint Anne, is a neo-Gothic cathedral located in Santa Ana, El SalvadoEl Boqueron National Park, El salvadorr. It was constructed in 1906.

Casa Presidencial: Casa Presidencial, or "Presidential House" in the Spanish Language, refers to both the President of El Salvador's official residence and his offices.

Estadio Oscar Quiteno: Estadio Oscar Alberto Quiteño is a multi-purpose stadium in Santa Ana, El Salvador. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Club Deportivo FAS. The stadium holds 15,000 people and was built in 1963. 


Regions of El Salvador





La Libertad

La Paz

La Union


San Miguel

San Salvador

San Vicente

Santa Ana





Regions within El Salvador:

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