Coat of Chalatenango

Chalatenango

Coat of Chalatenango

  The coat of Chalatenango was adopted in the year 1969 and since then is a national symbol that represents the department. It consists of two flags on the sides, of which the left is the Chalatenango and the right ...

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Send free messages to mobile phones of El Salvador

El Salvador

Send free messages to mobile phones of El Salvador

One advantage we have with internet access is able to send text messages free of charge to cell phones of any telephone company in El Salvador.   Each phone company has a page dedicated to providing this service online, for ...

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The day of the cross

Culture

The day of the cross

Each May 3, in Chalatenango and El Salvador is celebrated the traditional Day of the Cross. This religious tradition is the placement of a cross made ​​jiote tree, which stands in the courtyard of houses and decorated with seasonal fruits ...

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San Miguel de Mercedes

Chalatenango

San Miguel de Mercedes

San Miguel de Mercedes is one of the thirty-three municipalities in the department of Chalatenango. It is a place that lacks plains, urban image is, in this respect, very representative. HISTORY The foundation of this ancient town dating back to ...

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National Anthem of El Salvador

El Salvador

National Anthem of El Salvador

The National Anthem of El Salvador was composed by General Juan José Cañas Salvadoran and Italian musician John Aberle, which was formally released September 15, 1879, to be legally adopted by the Legislative Assembly as the national anthem of the ...

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Mango

El Salvador

Mango

Mango is a tropical fruit abundance in El Salvador. Can be of various kinds, but the most common in the country are the magicians Creoles, better known as “Indian mangoes”. His season is between February and May. They can be ...

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The Siguanaba

El Salvador

The Siguanaba

“The Siguanaba” is a Salvadoran mythological character that shows to herself in a phantom female form and beautiful body. But, when you look at her closely she has the face of a mare. Usually, she goes for to the men ...

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Biography of Monseñor Romero (Summary)

El Salvador

Biography of Monseñor Romero (Summary)

Oscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdamez was born on August 15, 1917, in the “Ciudad Barrios”, Department of San Miguel. His father was a telegrapher and his mother, a homemaker. After college, he was devoted to learning basic woodworking and music. ...

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La Palma: “Cuna de la paz”

Chalatenango

La Palma: “Cuna de la paz”

The First Dialogue for Peace in La Palma, Chalatenango, El Salvador, was a rapprochement between representatives of the Salvadoran government and the FMLN insurgency ± FDR on October 15, 1984 in the midst of the Civil War in the country. ...

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White people of Chalatenango

Chalatenango

White people of Chalatenango

One of the virtues that characterize Chalateco people is their hospitality to the visitors who need help. And you can’t deny also that more than once we have heard that “en Chalate casi toda la gente es chelita y de ...

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