El Salvador

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República de El Salvador
National motto: Dios, Unión, Libertad
(Spanish: God, Union, Liberty)
Official bhasa Spanish
Capital San Salvador
Capital's coordinates 14 degrees north, 89 degress west
Largest City San Salvador
President Mauricio Funes
 - Total
 - % water
Ranked 149th
21,040 km&sup2
 - Total (Year)
 - Density
Ranked 97th
Gross Domestic Product (PPP)
 - Total (Year)
 - GDP/head
Ranked 91th
31.17 billion $
Currency US dollar ($) aur Salvadoran colón
Time zone UTC -6
Independence From Spain: 15 September 1821

From the Central American Federation: 1842

National anthem Saludemos la Patria orgullosos
Internet TLD .sv
Calling Code 503

El Salvador, Central America ke ek des hae. Iske naam Its name comes from the Spanish for "The Savior", the person who saves, referring to Jesus Christ.

Ii des me 6.7 million log rahe hae.

El Salvador me, per square kilometer ke aadhar pe, Americas ke koi des me se, sab se jaada log rahe hae, islands ke chhorr ke.

The country also has more industry than any other country in Central America.

In El Salvador there are only two seasons. The dry season starts in mid-October and it lasts until mid May. During the dry season, it hardly ever rains. The wet season starts in mid-May and ends in mid-October. In this season it rains every day. The dry season is called "summer" and the rainy season is called "winter."

Most of the abaadi is mestizo, a mixture of European and American people.

The land is divided into 14 political units called "departments." This list tells the name of each department and the name of the capital city of each department:

  1. Ahuachapán (Ahuachapán)
  2. Cabañas (Sensuntepeque)
  3. Chalatenango (Chalatenango)
  4. Cuscatlán (Cojutepeque)
  5. La Libertad (Santa Tecla)
  6. La Paz (Zacatecoluca)
  7. La Unión (La Unión)
  8. Morazán (San Francisco Gotera)
  9. San Miguel (San Miguel)
  10. San Salvador (San Salvador)
  11. San Vicente (San Vicente)
  12. Santa Ana (Santa Ana)
  13. Sonsonate (Sonsonate)
  14. Usulután (Usulután)