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Bienvenidos a El Salvador
Bienvenidos a El Salvador
History
History
La Historia
La Historia
Sansonate
Sansonate
Picture and Paintings illustrating Pre-Columbian Era
Picture and Paintings illustrating Pre-Columbian Era
Language of the Pipils
Language of the Pipils
Cuicatli quicaqui Cuicatli quicaqui Nahuatl poem by Brigitta Leander
Cuicatli quicaqui Cuicatli quicaqui Nahuatl poem by Brigitta Leander
Translation in English
Translation in English
The Colonial Period
The Colonial Period
Route Toward independence
Route Toward independence
Independence
Independence
El Salvador's Economy
El Salvador's Economy
Current Economy
Current Economy
The Country’s Industry
The Country’s Industry
Country’s Population
Country’s Population
El Mapa De El Salvador y Su Clima
El Mapa De El Salvador y Su Clima
Salvadorian Food
Salvadorian Food
Three Dishes
Three Dishes
Tres Platos T
Tres Platos T
Bebidas Salvadora
Bebidas Salvadora
Escritor Famoso
Escritor Famoso
Pintor Famoso
Pintor Famoso
Famous Painter
Famous Painter
Escritor Famoso
Escritor Famoso
Escritor Famoso, Manilo Argueta
Escritor Famoso, Manilo Argueta
Famous Politician
Famous Politician
Antonio Saca
Antonio Saca
Typical Festivity
Typical Festivity
El Salvador's Festivity (Independence)
El Salvador's Festivity (Independence)
The End (special thanks to Ms
The End (special thanks to Ms

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1 Bienvenidos a El Salvador

Bienvenidos a El Salvador

By: Hoshang Dadrass.

2 History

History

Geography

Famous people

Gastronomy

Architecture

Tradition

3 La Historia

La Historia

Before the Spanish first ventured into Central America from the colony of Spain (Mexico) in the early sixteenth century, the area that would become El Salvador was populated primarily by Indians of the Pipil tribe -- a subgroup of a nomadic people known as the Nahua, who had migrated into Central America about 3000 B.C.

4 Sansonate

Sansonate

A city of El Salvador

A site of the city

Although primarily an agricultural people, the Pipil built a number of large urban centers, some of which developed into present-day cities, such as Sonsonate and Ahuachapan

5 Picture and Paintings illustrating Pre-Columbian Era

Picture and Paintings illustrating Pre-Columbian Era

Pre-Columbian Village in El Salvador

Ruin at El Tazumal El Salvador

Pre-Columbian Market

6 Language of the Pipils

Language of the Pipils

The Pipils spoke Nahuatl language, which still exists as a language in the world.

7 Cuicatli quicaqui Cuicatli quicaqui Nahuatl poem by Brigitta Leander

Cuicatli quicaqui Cuicatli quicaqui Nahuatl poem by Brigitta Leander

In noyol nichoca: Ye nicnotlamati Tiya xochitica Ticcautehuazque Tlalticpac ye nican Titotlanehuia O tiyazque ichan. Ma nicnocozcati Nepapan xochitl Ma nomac on mani Ma nocpacxoxhihui. Ticcautehuazque Tlalticpac ye nican Zan titotlanehuia O tiyazque ichan

8 Translation in English

Translation in English

My heart hearts a song, I begin to cry. Already I know myself. We go among flowers. We will leave the earth here. We are loaned to one another. We go to His house. Put on me a necklace Of varied flowers. They are in my hands, Garlands flower on me. We will leave the earth here. We are loaned to one another. We go to His house.

9 The Colonial Period

The Colonial Period

The Spanish tried to conquer the region several times and were defeated by the Pipils. However, Hernan Cortes led an army that entered El Salvador in mid sixteenth century.

Under the Spanish Colonial Empire, El Salvador was part of the Kingdom of Guatemala -- which governed most of Central America -- as a province until 1700s

The Spanish had come, in part, seeking for precious metals in the El Salvador (South America). But they found that El Salvador’s sole exploitable resource was land.

10 Route Toward independence

Route Toward independence

11 Independence

Independence

After a revolution in Mexico, the mexican congress voted to allow the Central American provinces to decide their own fate.

Hence El Salvador became independent under General Manuel Jose in 1838.

Initially El Salvador faced frequent revolutions by different factions, but it was not until 1900-30 that they achieved political stability.

12 El Salvador's Economy

El Salvador's Economy

Its economy was primarily based on growing Coffee. The coffee business prospered or suffered depending on the fluctuation of the price of coffee In the world.

13 Current Economy

Current Economy

The US dollar is now the legal tender. The economy has been suffering lately; Earthquakes Aftermaths of hurricane of 1998. Price of coffee low in the world. Most of all a weak tax collection. 10% agriculture, 30% industries, 60% services

14 The Country’s Industry

The Country’s Industry

Coffee berries prior to the husk being removed and the berry dried

El Salvador has industries that produce coffee, pharmaceuticals, and other food products and beverages. It also has small industries that produce wood products, textiles, clothing, tobacco and petroleum.

15 Country’s Population

Country’s Population

El Salvador’s population in 2002 was 6,353,681 they speak Spanish and Nahua. the ethnic groups are 90% Mestizo, 1% Amerindian, and 9% White 83% of the people are roman Catholics.

16 El Mapa De El Salvador y Su Clima

El Mapa De El Salvador y Su Clima

Rainy season (May to October); dry season (November to April); tropical on coast; temperate in uplands.

17 Salvadorian Food

Salvadorian Food

Commonly, Salvadorians eat rice, beans, and seafoods. famous and tasty food = pupusa (fried sandwich filled with pork, sausage, and corn tortillas. Coffee is famous. they love beers - make two brands, Pilsner and Suprema.

? pupusa: typical Salvadoran food:

18 Three Dishes

Three Dishes

Salvadorans eat: Tortillas Yucca con Chicharrones Chicken Tamales

Yucca con Chicharrones

19 Tres Platos T

Tres Platos T

picos

These dishes (excluding Yucca con Chicharrones) are typical elsewhere also. However, Salvadorans are very fond of these foods.

? T O R T I L L A S

? Chicken Tamales

20 Bebidas Salvadora

Bebidas Salvadora

as

Coffee, Beer and Tea are the most. Make two brands of famous beers; Pilsner and Suprema

? Pilsner (beer)

Coffee from El Salvador ?

21 Escritor Famoso

Escritor Famoso

Salazar Arru?: born on October 22, 1899.

Wrote the famous “Cuentos de Barro” (Tales of Mud) Poet, Writer and Paintor Died on November 27, 1975.

22 Pintor Famoso

Pintor Famoso

? Fernando Llort

born on April 7, 1949 internationally acclaimed artist a very famous painter one of his masterpiece = “Splender of Glory.”

23 Famous Painter

Famous Painter

Splender of Glory By Fernando Llort ?

S Y M P H O N Y

Of Happiness and Unity ? By Fernando Llort

24 Escritor Famoso

Escritor Famoso

Manilo Argueta: a very well-known writer. has written books like “Little Red Riding Hood In The Red Light District” “Magic Dogs Of The Volcanoes” His books have won international success In 1977 he received Latin America's most prestigious literary award, la Casa de las Americas Prize, for Caperucita en la Zona Roja

25 Escritor Famoso, Manilo Argueta

Escritor Famoso, Manilo Argueta

? Cover of the famous “Little Red Riding Hood in The Red Light District”

? The famous “Magic Dogs Of The Volcanoes”

26 Famous Politician

Famous Politician

On March 21, 2004, Antonio Saca of the right-wing National Republican Alliance party (Arena) party, won the presidential election.

? Photo of the newly elected President, Antonio (Tony) Saca Campaigning before he’s Officially elected.

born in march 9, 1965

27 Antonio Saca

Antonio Saca

American Government is confident that This new president is very competent And that he will be successful in Maintaining peaceful relationship with Every nation (especially with USA)

28 Typical Festivity

Typical Festivity

El Salvador celebrates their independence in September 15, 1821. Celebrate it by performing Children's parade, acrobatics by Air force. preparation starts from may and ends in September. El Salvador had gotten its independence from Spain.

29 El Salvador's Festivity (Independence)

El Salvador's Festivity (Independence)

Children parading on September 15 (they are celebrating their independence).

Air force doing Acrobatics for September 15 ?

30 The End (special thanks to Ms

The End (special thanks to Ms

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