What travelers say about San Salvador
Other languages are known and english is widely diffused, too!
They are mostly Roman Catholic, but Protestants represent at least 25% of the whole population.
El Salvador achieved its own independence in September 1821 and though the smallest among the other Central American Countries it is the most densily populated.
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