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    • EL SALVADOR
      MR. CARLOS MARTINEZ
    • …si emaN yM
      Think of a color
      Think of an animal
      Think of a number from 1 to 500
      Think of something you hate to do
      Think of a place you would love to visit
    • My Name is…
      First Name:
      Last Name:
      Age:
      Job:
      Where you live:
    • My Fabulous Flag
    • GENERAL INFORMATION
    • PIPILS
      The Pipils, a tribe of the nomadic people of Nahua settled down for a long time in central Mexico.
    • LENCAS
      The region of the east was populated and governed by the Lencas.
    • CHORTIS
      The North zone of the Lempa Hi River was populated and governed by the Chortis, a Mayan people.
    • NAHUATL VOCABULARY
      • Cuaitl: Head
      • Cuauhtla: Forest
      • Hueltiuhtli: Sister
      • Icniuhtli: Friend
      • Ihcuiloa: Write
      • Mochi: Everything
      • Moztla: Tomorrow
      • Nantli: mother
      • Nemachtiloyan: School
      • nocenyeliz. My Family
      • Tlazocamati: Thanks
      • Tlazohtla: Love
      Cíhuatl: Woman
      Calpolli: Tribe
      Cihtli: Grand-mother
      Cihuapillahtocatzintli: Queen
      Cihuapilli: Mrs.
      Cocoxqui: Sick
      Colli: Grand-father
      Conetl: child
      Coni: drink
      quintepan: Later
      Tlamachtilli: Student
    • SPANISH CONQUEST
      In 1525, Pedro de Alvarado succeeded in bringing the district under control of the Captaincy General of Guatemala, which retained its authority until 1821.
    • INDEPENDENCE
      The first "shout of independence" in El Salvador came in 1811, at the hands of criollo elite.
      In 1821, El Salvador and the other Central American provinces declared their independence from Spain.
    • INDEPENDENCE
      When these provinces were joined with Mexico in early 1822, El Salvador resisted, insisting on autonomy for the Central American countries.
      In 1823, the United Provinces of Central America was formed of the five Central American states under Gen. Manuel José Arce.
    • FROM INDIGO TO COFFEE
      El Salvador's landed elite depended on production of a single export crop, indigo.
      The landed elite replaced this crop with a newly demanded product, coffee.
    • MILITARY DICTATORSHIPS
      Between 1931 to 1944, during General Maximiliano Martinez there was brutal suppression of rural resistance.
      By the year 1932, 30,000 indigenous people and political opponents were murdered, imprisoned or exiled.
    • MILITARY DICTATORSHIPS
      From the 1930s to the 1970s, authoritarian governments employed political repression.
      The National Conciliation Party was in power from the early 1960s until 1979.
    • SALVADORAN CIVIL WAR
      In 1979, both the extreme right and the extreme left now disagreed with the government and increased political violence quickly turned into a civil war.
      The Chapultepec Peace Accords marked the end of the war in 1992 and FMLN became one of the major political parties.
    • NOWADAYSTOURISTS ROUTESTYPICAL FOOD
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL ROUTE
      Joya de Ceren
      Namedby UNESCO as Patrimonyforhumanity in 1993.
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL ROUTE
      San Andres
      People used to work with indigo.
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL ROUTE
      El Tazumal
      It forms part of a great indigenous city who has not been completely discovered.
    • DE LAS FLORES TRIAL
      Coffee Forest
      Apaneca allows the best harvest of high-altitude coffee in the country.
    • DE LAS FLORES TRIAL
      Chorros de la Calera
    • DE LAS CUMBRES TRIAL
      Jiquilisco Bay
      The biggest mangle site and one of the most beautiful natural salt water locations.
    • DE LAS CUMBRES TRIAL
      Jiquilisco Bay
      The biggest mangle site and one of the most beautiful natural salt water locations.
    • DE LAS CUMBRES TRIAL
      El Jocotal Lagoon
      It lodges locally endangered fauna species, such as: the Crocodile, the Guaote Criollo, Green Iguana, and Royal Duck.
    • TYPICAL FOOD
      Pupusas
      Thick corn tortillas stuffed with cheese, meat, squash, and/or other fillings.
    • TYPICAL FOOD
      Empanadas
      flour pastries filled with meat, potatoes and/or cheese. In El Salvador, "empanadas" can also refer to a dessert: fried plantains stuffed with sweet cream.
    • TYPICAL FOOD
      Tamales
      boiled pockets of corn dough, stuffed with meat or sweet corn and served in banana leaves.
    • TYPICAL FOOD
      Sopa de Patas
      A popular soup made from corn, plantains, tripe and cow's feet.
    • TYPICAL FOOD
      Yuca Frita
      Fried yucca, often served with chicharon (deep-friend pork cracklings)