Pedro de Alvarado and other Spanish conquistadors conquered El Salvador
1979-1992 (12 years and 3 months). The Salvadoran Civil War was a conflict between the military-led government of El Salvador and the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front, a coalition or "umbrella organization" of five left-wing guerrilla groups
Salvadoran singer and songwriter
Salvadoran singer and Semi-Final, 2 of the 4th season of the television program Latin-American Idol
~275,868 people/ 11.47 mi sq.
~268,518 people/ 154.4 mi sq
Located on the southeast pacific coast of El Salvdor in the department of Usulutan
Santa Ana Volcano
a.k.a. Ilamatepec it is a large stratovolcano located in the Santa Ana department at 2,381 ft. above sea level. Highest volcano in the country.
Museo de la Palabra y la imagen
Museum of The Word and Image, dedicated to collecting and preserving memories from the Salvadoran Civil War.
teatro Nacional de el salvador
National Theater of El Salvador, the oldest theater in Central America
Starts in The Most Wonderful Time of The Year and Case 39
Born in San Salvador, El Salvador. Model and Actress
2001over one million homeless, damages of $1 billion; over 100 small earthquakes hit El Salvador in 24 hours; drought caused 80% loss of crops; US dollar adopted as official currency
1998 Hurricane Mitch killed over 4,000; Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador agreed to build $2 billion railroad network linking Central America and Mexico
Monumento al Salvador del mundo
Torre el pedregal
2010, tallest building in El Salvador, 28 stories or 341.21 ft.
Thick handmade con tortilla filled with cheese, pork and refried beans.
Dough, steamed in a corn husk, which is discarded before eating, usually filled with meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, chilies or any preparation according to taste.
August 4 and 5, celebration of San Salvdor
All souls day
November 2, similar to The Day of The Dead