In this paper we want to present, we elaborate a little on the information of El Salvador mentioning their crops, tourist attractions, typical food, rivers, political division, etc.
El Salvador is a sovereign state located in Central America, El Salvador is located southwest of Central America and the Pacific Ocean coastline, is the only country in theregion that has no coastline on the Atlantic Ocean. It has a population of 5,744,113 inhabitants. Because of its land area (21 041 km ²) has the highest population density in mainland America.
The city of San Salvador is the capital of the Republic of El Salvador. It is also the head of the department and municipal counterparts. The territory comprising, for the most part, the territory of ElSalvador (San Salvador Quartermaster), gained its independence from Spain in 1821 with the Captaincy General of Guatemala, and ceased to be part of the Federal Republic of Central America in 1839. Formerly, in prehistoric times, much of the zone west of the Lempa River was known by the name of Cuscatlán, which means "Place of Jewels or Necklaces" in Nahuatl.
El Salvador is divided into 14departments. Are grouped geographically into three areas, which are Western, Eastern and Central Europe. Each department is subdivided into municipalities, which have autonomy in economic, technical and administrative matters. They are governed by their respective Municipal Council elected every three years by public vote. In the territory of each municipality there is a header which is nominatedfor town, village or city. Also, within the constituency, there cantons, which are composed of villages.
Ahuachapán, Sonsonate , Santa Ana .
San Salvador, La Paz, Cuscatlán, Libertad, Chalatenango, Cabañas, San Vicente.
Usulután, San Miguel, Morazán, La Unión.
The food most notably in ElSalvador are the pupusas. The tortilla is a thick Pupusa hand-made (either using cornmeal or rice dough) stuffed with one or more of the following ingredients: cheese (usually a soft cheese called Quesillo with / without Loroco), pork, refried beans, and / or loroco with cheese. Other ingredients such as shrimp, chicken and squash are generally used by restaurants. Other typical dishes areSalvadoran atol shuco, chicken tamales, fried yucca / salcocho, Chumpe bread (turkey), the cassava nuegados coated with honey sweet sugar cane tied together with chilate caliente. In the east we find the totopostes and donuts.
Given that El Salvador had fertile land for coffee production.
To start the work of the agricultural cycle, many coffee producers often became indebted tomerchants, processors or exporters. They pledged their next harvest to repay the loan. If coffee prices rose, the producer could cancel the loan without problem, but if the price of coffee fell, then the producer could end up in debt for more than what he paid for his coffee. If these debts were accumulated, producers could end up losing their land to their creditors. This held especially theparticipation of smallholders in the coffee production, since, as there were no banks that lend to them, almost always had to rely on sellers or landlords who charged high interest rates to 2% per month.
Since coffee production was restricted to certain types of soils, including those located near roads, railroads and existing ports, grain economy has always had a regional character.Producing departments have always been the same: Santa Ana, Ahuachapán, La Libertad, Usulután and to a lesser extent, La Paz and San Vicente. And even within these departments and other coastal areas are flat lands that have never been used for coffee production. Coffee production began almost always in the outskirts of cities (Santa Ana, Ahuachapán, Santa Tecla, Santiago de Maria) and extended into...