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This is El Salvador's national bird. This bird is called the Turquoise-Browed Motmot.

El Salvador

This is one of El Salvador's volcanos. Did you know that El Salvador is known as the Land of Volcanos?

This is a Political Map of El Salvador. This map shows its capital city.

This is El Salvador's coat of arms.

El Salvador's population is about 6,388,997 people.

This is El Salvador's flag.

The longitude and latitude of El Salvador is 13° N, 88° W.

El Salvador's president is Salvador Sánchez Cerén.

El Salvador facts and how elections work

In El Salvador you can only be president for 5 years and cannot seek for reelection. There can only be 1 president and 2 vice presidents.

This is El Salvador's capital city.

El Salvador's size in area is 8,124 mi².

El Salvador's style of government is Constitutional Republic.

El Salvador's most active vocano is the Chaparrastique volcano.

3 landforms in El Salvador are small rivers, volcanos, and mountains. 

Cerro El Pital is the biggest mountain in El Salvador.

The largest river in El Salvador is called the Lempa river.

This river is called Lempa river.

Landforms in El Salvador

This is Cerra El Pital, the largest mountain in El Salvador.

This is El Salvador's most active volcano in El Salvador. This volcano is called the Chaparrastique volcano.

The weather in El Salvador over time is cool and dry from November through April and hot and wet from May through October.

1 region in El Salvador is the Pacific Ocean coastal areas and 1 other region is the central plateau.

Over the course of the year, the temperature in El Salvador varies from 63°F to 87°F.

El Salvador's climate and temperature

In El Salvador, the Pacific Ocean coastal areas are generally hot and humid April through October with daily high temperature averages near 80° F and the central plateau temps average in the mid-70s with rain May through September.

The wettest month in El Salvador is October with an average of 206.6mm of rain.

El Salvador's climate is tropical.

One man made feature in El Salvador is the statue of Jesus Christ. It is a landmark located in the country's capital San Salvador.

El Tazumal is an old Mayan ruin in El Salvador.

This is a Jesus Christ statue that is located in San Salvador.

Man made features in El Salvador

This is El Tazumal.

This is San Andrés. An old Mayan ruin in El Salvador.

San Andrés was a city until it was consumed in volcanic ash after the volcano called El Playón errupted. 

This is what Arable land looks like.

Here is an  example of what hydropower looks like.

One natural resource in El Salvador is Hydropower. It is the energy from the force of moving water, so people in El Salvador can power things.

Natural Resources in El Salvador

Her is an example of Geothermal energy.

One nateral resource in El Salvador is Arable land. Arable land is used to grow crops on, so they get the right soil and nutrients, so after they grow, they can get sold on the market.

One natural resource is Geothermal energy. Geothermal energy is  the energy of heat, so that people in El Salvador can power things. Here are some examples: Vocanos, Geysers, and ect.

This is fertilizer. The thing people use to make plants healthy.

In El Salvador, chemicals are mostly used for fertilizers. The primary components in fertilizers are nutrients which are vital for plant growth to help grow their crops. 

Some of the top industries in El Salvador are Cotton, Pretroleum, and different types of chemicals.

Cotton is used to make cloths and clothes for the people in El Salvador.

Idustries in El Salvador

This is liquified petroleum gasoline.

Petroleum is used to make oil and gasoline. It is one of the most important energy sources in El Salvador.

This is cotton. This is one of the most common thing we make our cloths out of.

In El Salvador, Sugar Cane is an export crop jus, like Coffee and Corn, so it is also sold on the market for money.

In El Salvador, Corn is an export crop, which means it is sold on the market for money.

El Salvador has deeply depended on coffee because it s an export crop. Coffee made El Salvador very wealthy and gave them oppertunites to rule.

Some major cash crops in El Salvador are Corn, Coffee, and Sugar.

This is a sugar cane. It is one of the most important cash crop.

This is white corn. It is one of the most important cash crop.

Agriculture in El Salvador

These are Coffee grounds. It is one of the most important cash crop.

In El Salvador, their religion is Roman Cathlocs. Roman Catholics believe that Jesus someday, will rise from the dead.

5 traditional Salvadoran foods are Pupusas – The Salvadorian national dish, Sopa de Pata – A popular soup, Tamales – An authentic Salvadoran food, Pasteles – Patties, and Yuca Frita – French fries from El Salvador.

This is one of El Salvador's Roman Cathlic churches.

A fiesta patronal is usually dedicated to a saint or virgin.

Cultures in El Salvador

These are Pupusas. One of the most finest foods in El Salvador.

This is what Fiestas Patronales looks like.

The holidays in El Salvador are Fiestas Patronales, Fiesta de San Salvador, Independence day, and All Souls' Day.

Salvadorans speak Spanish/Castilion.

The websites I used were, World Atlas, Encyclopedia Britannica, and National Geographic Kids.

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