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WELCOME TO EL SALVADOR
This photo shows a movie theater on a street in San Salvador. If you look closely, you can still see the damage caused by bombs during the civil war. This is the scene of a typical street in a small town.
This is a photo of the historic district in San Salvador. Heres the view of San Salvador from a nearby mountain.
You can find evidence of the influence of Spanish colonialism everywhere, from this 200 year old hacienda to huge cathedrals in the center of each city.
Tourists can visit many ancient Mayan ruins in places like San Andres and Tazumal. The Mayas ruled El Salvador for hundreds of years.
El Salvador has a lot of natural beauty, such as Lake Suchitan. Tourists and Salvadorans both enjoy relaxing at the beach.
El Salvador is home to many volcanoes that contribute to the rich flora of the landscape. Many of the volcanoes are still active, including Ilmatepec, which last erupted in 2005.
Much of El Salvador is covered by lush rainforests. Some of these areas have been turned into national parks.