The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to El Salvador:
El Salvador – sovereign country located on the Pacific Coast of Central America. The area was originally called by the Pipil "Cuzhcatl", in Spanish "Cuzcatlan", which in Nahuatl means "The Land Of Precious Things". After the Spanish conquest, the land was baptized by Spanish conquistadors as "Provincia De Nuestro Señor Jesucristo El Salvador Del Mundo" ("Province of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The Savior Of The World"), now abbreviated as "República de El Salvador". The country borders the Pacific Ocean between Guatemala and Honduras. With a population of approximately 5.8 million people, it is the most densely populated nation in Central America and is undergoing rapid industrialization.
El Salvador is divided into 14 Departments. Their names, abbreviations, (and capitals) are:
Municipalities of El Salvador
Demographics of El Salvador
Politics of El Salvador
Government of El Salvador
Court system of El Salvador
Foreign relations of El Salvador
The Republic of El Salvador is a member of:
Military of El Salvador
History of El Salvador
Culture of El Salvador
Economy of El Salvador
Education in El Salvador
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El Salvador borders the North Pacific Ocean to the south and southwest, with Guatemala to the north-northwest and Honduras to the north-northeast. In the southeast, the Golfo de Fonseca separates it from Nicaragua. El Salvador is the smallest Central American country and is the only one without a coastline on the Caribbean sea. El Salvador is about the same size of Israel and the U.S states of New Jersey and Vermont.
This article is about the demographic features of the population of El Salvador, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
Ahuachapán is a city, and municipality, and the capital of the Ahuachapán Department in western El Salvador. The municipality, including the city, covers an area of 244.84 km² and as of 2007 has a population of 110,511 people. Situated near the Guatemalan border, it is the westernmost city in the country and is the center of an agricultural region producing primarily coffee.
The culture of El Salvador is a Central American culture nation influenced by the clash of ancient Mesoamerica and medieval Iberian Peninsula. Salvadoran culture is influenced by Native American culture as well as Latin American culture. Mestizo culture and the Catholic Church dominates the country. Although the Romance language, Castilian Spanish, is the official and dominant language spoken in El Salvador, Salvadoran Spanish which is part of Central American Spanish has influences of Native American languages of El Salvador such as Lencan languages, Cacaopera language, Mayan languages and Pipil language, which are still spoken in some regions of El Salvador.
La Libertad«Liberty» is a municipality in the La Libertad Department of El Salvador. It had a population of 35,997 inhabitants in 2007 according to the official census of that year. It is one of the main tourist attractions in the country.
Concepción de Ataco is a municipality and city within the Ahuachapán Department, El Salvador. It has an area of 61.03 km ² and a population of 18,101 inhabitants.
Ramón Alfredo Sánchez Paredes is a Salvadoran football player. He was banned for life in 2013, for match fixing while playing for the El Salvador national football team.
Salvadorans, also known as Salvadorians or Salvadoreans, are people who identify with El Salvador, a country in Central America. Mestizos, people of mixed European and Amerindian heritage make up the bulk of the population in El Salvador. Most Salvadorans live in El Salvador, although there is also a significant Salvadoran diaspora, particularly in the United States, with smaller communities in other countries around the world.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the Dominican Republic:
The following is an alphabetical list of topics related to the Republic of El Salvador.
Fabricio Heriberto Alfaro Torres is a Salvadoran professional footballer who plays as a midfielder.
Henry Edimar Hernández Cruz is a Salvadoran professional football player, who plays as a goalkeeper.
El Salvador became independent from Spain in 1821. It has produced its own stamps since 1867.
Most El-Salvadorans are descendants of the African population that was enslaved and shipped to El Salvador. Today, most have no idea about it as a result of racial pressures throughout the country for generations. However, Afro roots are clearly evident throughout El Salvadoran culture, its people and traditions.
The Salvadoran women's football championship is the main women's football competition for in El Salvador. It was established in 2010.
Carlos Josué Carrillo Chopin is a Salvadoran professional footballer, who plays as a defender.
The La Asociación Departamental de Fútbol Aficionado is the fourth tier of football in the Salvadoran football league system.
The 2019–20 Primera División de El Salvador is the 21st season and 41st and 42nd Primera División tournament, El Salvador's top football division, since its establishment of an Apertura and Clausura format. Santa Tecla and TBD are the defending champions of both Apertura and Clausura tournaments respectively. The league will consist of 12 teams. There will be two seasons conducted under identical rules, with each team playing a home and away game against the other clubs for a total of 22 games per tournament. At the end of each half-season tournament, the top six teams in that tournament's regular season standings will take part in the playoffs.
Once Deportivo de Ahuachapan is a Salvadoran professional football club based in Ahuachapán, El Salvador. The club was founded on 20 July 2019, and plays its home games at Estadio Simeón Magaña.
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