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2015

DUI El Salvador

DUI El Salvador

The DUI, as it is commonly known to the Documento Único de Identidad, is the document that identifies the people of El Salvador. In addition to serving as an identification, it is also necessary to vote in municipal or presidential ...

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2015

Aguacateros dogs

Aguacateros dogs

In El Salvador the dogs commonly get used to call them “Chuchos”. And thus it is we are aguacateros dogs (or avocados dogs), which are dogs that do not belong to any race, or is a mixture of several breeds. ...

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12
May
2015

Atol chuco

Atol chuco

The Atol Chuco, also known as Atol Shuco, or simply “Shuco” (name of nahuatl origin), is the hot drink in El Salvador, made fermented corn-based. Atol Chuco is prepared with maize black by its distinct flavor, although you can use ...

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12
May
2015

The national day of pupusas

The national day of pupusas

By tradition in El Salvador, pupusas are the typical national dish that characterizes us. No Salvadoran who has not tried the pupusas, for such reason was taken well devote one day a year, named as the national day of pupusas ...

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12
May
2015

Maximiliano Hernández Martínez

Maximiliano Hernández Martínez

Maximiliano Hernández Martínez was President of El Salvador from 1931 to 1944, and during that time ruled his country in a personalist, authoritarian way. Maximiliano Hernández Martínez was born in San Salvador in 1882. He was appointed head of the ...

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May
2015

Jose Matias Delgado

Jose Matias Delgado

Presbyter and Doctor José Matías Delgado takes possession of the Administration and governance of the province of San Salvador (El Salvador) on November 28, 1821 and ruled until February 9, 1823. José Matías Delgado was born in San Salvador on ...

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12
May
2015

Monseñor Romero

Monseñor Romero

According to biographical notes, the life of Óscar Arnulfo Romero supposed to delve into one of the most turbulent periods in the history of his country, El Salvador, and Latin America. Mentioned that in the years in which Monseñor Romero ...

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May
2015

Claudia Lars

Claudia Lars

Margarita de el Carmen Brannon Vega, known by his pseudonym Claudia Lars (Armenia, December 20, 1899 – San Salvador, July 22, 1974), was a Salvadoran poet. His work is considered a refined lyricism and command of the metric. His parents ...

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12
May
2015

Turicentro Agua Fria

Turicentro Agua Fria

The turicentro Agua Fría, is located in the city of Chalatenango, was opened in March 1977. Next to the tourist center, there is a river and a pond called cold water, the water from that river reaches temperatures averaging around ...

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12
May
2015

Ruta de las flores

Ruta de las flores

Ruta de Las Flores is composed of five villages: Apaneca, Juayua, Ataco, Nahuizalco and Salcoatitán, have been called that way because of its pleasant climate and lush beauty. The tour will take you by two departments in the West of ...

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