The ancient places and building in el salvador

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Introduction

As the main topic is the knowledge of ancient sites and infrastructure of El Salvador by providing information from their wealth of its culture and history through its ancient sites and buildings while taking into account the time of construction or birth.

El Salvador and is a small country in each of the fourteen departments contains the sites and buildings pre-Columbian,colonial, etc. This shows the history of those times

The departments most prominent national and international level in El Salvador is: Santa Ana, Ahuachapán, Cabañas, La Libertad, San Salvador and San Miguel, because in them are the most popular ancient sites for obvious reasons these are the ones highest tourist.

This work is to give some degree of prominence they deserve these placesbecause if it is mentioned that some have some of the tourist importance to know the name is the same, construction date and reason for construction which is presented in work at least some estimates



Justification

This study was conducted with the motive of making known the ancient sites and old buildings around El Salvador and all Salvadorans not know all the places and ancient buildingsthat exist throughout El Salvador that you want to explore in depth to find and learn what each is also what is their history also know if the site is pre-Columbian and colonial and determine the architecture of the building. And thus acquire cultural knowledge and education.



Delimitation
In this study one presents the places and ancient buildings of fourteen departments that shape thecountry El Salvador.

General objective
To know and to learn brings over of the places and ancient buildings of El Salvador.
Specific Objective
To explore every site and ancient building of El Salvador to learn and to detail his origin, history and his architecture.

Santa Ana’s Theater
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Santa Ana’s TheaterFacade of the theater
Public Type
Location Santa Ana
El Salvador

Capacity 8001 persons



Call architect Domingo, Francisco and Christopher Molinari Durini
Construction 1910
Opening 1910
El Teatro de Santa Ana is the main center for the performing arts of the Salvadoran city of Santa Ana Its construction began in 1902, ending in January 1910.2 Until 2009 it wasadministered by the Cultural Heritage of Santa Ana (Acapulsa) and is now part of the Secretariat of Culture of The Salvador.1 March 2
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In 1889 he created the Board of Public Works of Santa Ana whose function was to ensure the enlargement and beautification. It was precisely the entity that initiated the project for Santa Ana.2 Theatre
In 1890, promoted the contest of the plans oftheater, the winner Sunday Call Ing. The theater building was awarded to the company Occidente2 Building Society of architects led by Francisco Durini and Christopher Molinari. In turn, hired the Italian artist Luis Arcangelli, Guglieano Aronne, Antonio Rovescalli, among others.1
The first stone building was laid on February 9, 1902 during the rule of General Tomas Regalado, a native of this ciudad.2In 1910 construction was completed. From that year until 1933, the Teatro de Santa Ana had its heyday, because the wealth was growing café.2 1
In 1933 he was awarded the National Theatre Circuit, which used it as a cinema until 1979 when it was delivered to the Ministry of Education. In 1982 it was declared a National Monument. The restoration of the theater began in January 1987.2
Since theend of the Civil War in El Salvador, the restoration was resumed by the National Council for Culture and Art (CONCULTURA) 2 1 with the support of the Cultural Heritage Association of Santa Ana (Apaculsa), and from 2010 is administered by the Ministry of Culture of El Salvador.

[Edit] Design
El Teatro de Santa Ana belongs to the genus called proscenium theater (which contain distinctive...
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