19
Mar
2015

The Pupusas

The Pupusas

The pupusas with a traditional meal throughout El Salvador, anywhere in the country can find a place that sells pupusas (pupusería), any day of the week. The pupusas are originally made with corn dough and stuffed with pork rinds and ...

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19
Mar
2015

The Siguanaba

The Siguanaba

The Sihuanaba, commonly called The Siguanaba. The legend says that a woman Sihuanaba, originally called Sihuehuet (Beautiful Woman), had an affair with the son of the god Tlaloc, which turned out pregnant. She was a bad mother, let alone his ...

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19
Mar
2015

Museo de Arte de El Salvador

Museo de Arte de El Salvador

The Museo de Arte de El Salvador (MARTE), located in the city of San Salvador, is a private, nonprofit responsible for the preservation and dissemination of visual arts in the country. The building that houses the Museo de Arte de ...

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19
Mar
2015

The Soccer War

The Soccer War

The so-called Soccer War or the War of the 100 hours was named by the coincidence of this fact with those derived from a football game that pitted national teams of Honduras and El Salvador, during qualifying for the World ...

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19
Mar
2015

El Carbonero

El Carbonero

“El Carbonero” a song considered by many Salvadorans as the second national anthem, was the brainchild of Don Pancho Lara, born in 1900 in the Hacienda La Presa in Santa Ana, poet and musician attributed some 400 compositions, many children ...

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19
Mar
2015

Agostinas Fiestas

Agostinas Fiestas

The Agostinas Fiestas are you celebrate August 6, are dedicated to the patron saint, “El Salvador del Mundo”, also called. The Agostinas holidays are the most important festivities in San Salvador, El Salvador. In these religious, recreational and commercial activities ...

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19
Mar
2015

The Day of the Dead in El Salvador

The Day of the Dead in El Salvador

The Day of the Dead is a celebration throughout El Salvador. It is customary to go to the cemetery to pray and place flowers on the graves of loved ones who have died. Wreaths of natural flowers or paper are ...

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19
Mar
2015

National flag of El Salvador

National flag of El Salvador

The National Flag of El Salvador is one of the national symbols of El Salvador is a parallelogram fabric composed of three horizontal stripes: the first and the third blue, white the center. Its official dimensions are 3.25 meters long ...

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19
Mar
2015

National Anthem of El Salvador

National Anthem of El Salvador

The National Anthem of El Salvador, which is popularly adopted as the national anthem, the September 15, 1879, was not officially recognized until the September 11, 1953, following a noisy controversy arose press for a few questions about it, and ...

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19
Mar
2015

National Coat of El Salvador

National Coat of El Salvador

The national coat of El Salvador was created by the Salvadoran calligrapher Rafael Barraza Rodriguez, who triumphed over thirty competitors in an event promoted by the then Ministry of War and Navy, in 1912 competition; said shield has been an ...

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