El Salvador - volcanoes of the country
The Republic of El Salvador, meaning “savior” in Spanish, is located
in northern Central America, covering an area of 20,700 square
kilometers. It has a population of 6.64 million, most of whom are
Mestizo. Residents are Catholic and the official language is
Spanish, although indigenous languages have incorporated Chinese.
The currency is the colones and the capital is San Salvador.
The flag comprises three horizontal strips of blue and white, with a
central emblem in the middle. The flag takes its colors from that of
the Central American Federation, with white symbolizing peace and
the two strips of blue representing the sea and sky.
Originally inhabited by Indians, El Salvador was colonized by the
Spanish in 1524. On September 15, 1821, it joined the Central
American Federation, and on February 18, 1841, the Republic was
Economy and Cultural Customs
In addition to the narrow southern coastal plain, the country is
also mountainous, with plateaus and volcanoes, giving it the
reputation of "volcano country." El Salvador is one of the world's
major rubber producing countries. The unique climate and soil
conditions has also enabled a sophisticated coffee-growing industry,
which has allowed El Salvador to rapidly develop into the Kingdom of
the Central American coffee.
Isarco volcano - a beacon of the Pacific
Su Song in the Department of Nat West Province, more than one
thousand eight hundred meters above sea level. The first eruption
occurred in 1720, and since then there have been intermittent
eruptions, sometimes as frequently as every few minutes. Volcanic
eruptions cause a column of straight smoke. Night sailing ships in
the Pacific often refer to this as a tool of navigation, calling it
"a beacon of the Pacific."