Many videos of El Salvador are available on the official YouTube channel for the country's Ministry of Tourism. Although these videos have more of a marketing than an educational focus, there are many that give unique fi... More »

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El Salvador, called "Land of Volcanoes," is primarily known for its molten volcanoes, which serve as the country's most prominent geographical features. The country is also popular for its coconut islands, quaint colonia... More »

Some traditions of El Salvador include displaying fireworks during Christmas, devoting nine nights of prayer for the souls of the dead and using traditional medicine for folk illnesses. These customs are deeply rooted in... More »

Some facts about El Salvador include that it's a country in Central America and about 8,124 square miles in area. It borders Guatemala, Honduras and the Pacific Ocean. It's a mountainous country with a tropical climate. More »

El Salvador, called "Land of Volcanoes," is primarily known for its molten volcanoes, which serve as the country's most prominent geographical features. The country is also popular for its coconut islands, quaint colonia... More »

San Miguel in El Salvador is the home of the Chaparrastique Volcano, an active volcano that erupted in 2013 after 37 years of silence. The Ruinas de Quelepa are also located in the area, archaeological remains that date ... More »

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Some towns with nice residential areas in El Salvador include Santa Ana, Suchitoto, Juayua, Ataco and La Palma, and the villages along Ruta de Las Flores, notes Lonely Planet. Within the capital city of San Salvador, the... More »

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