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Geography Now! El Salvador!
62 Interesting Facts About El Salvador
El Salvador is a small Central American nation. The official name of the country is the Republic of El Salvador. 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. As of 1 January , the population of El Salvador was estimated to be 6,, people.
How much do you know about El Salvador? Or at least s. It has an area of just over 21, sq km which is about the same as Wales. The rainy season is from May to October and the dry season is from November to April. It had a magnitude of 7. It was a pre-hispanic farming community that was buried under ash when the Laguna Caldera volcano erupted.
El Salvador is located in central America. The Pacific Ocean surrounds the West to south of the country. It is one of the smallest countries in Central America and has a population of approximately 6,, people. This is roughly the same amount of people who would live in the state of Massachusetts. Spanish is the main language in El Salvador.
This tiny country is dominated by several volcanoes. The volcanoes spew lava, which over many years, creates fertile farmland. Coffee beans are the major crop grown here. For many years, a few wealthy families controlled all the land. Peasants farmed the land for the wealthy farmers, but lived in poverty.
Population est. Capital and largest city est. Current government officials. Languages: Spanish, Nahua among some Amerindians. National Holiday: Independence Day, September Religions: Roman Catholic Real growth rate: 1.