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Yayantique
Yayantique
Yayantique
is a municipality in the La Unión department of El Salvador.This El Salvador
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Geographic Coordinate System
A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system used in geography that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.[n 1] The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position
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Departments Of El Salvador
El Salvador
El Salvador
is divided into 14 departments (Spanish: departamentos) for administrative purposes, subdivided into 262 municipalities (Spanish: municipios)
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Municipality
A municipality is usually a single urban or administrative division having corporate status and powers of self-government or jurisdiction as granted by national and state laws to which it is subordinate
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Concepción De Oriente
Concepción (Spanish for "conception," in reference to the Immaculate Conception of Mary, mother of Jesus, according to Roman Catholic Church doctrine) or Concepcion may refer to:Contents1 Cities, regions, and geographic features1.1 Argentina 1.2 Belize 1.3 Bolivia 1.4 Chile 1.5 Colombia 1.6 Guatemala 1.7 Honduras 1.8 Mexico 1.9 Nicaragua 1.10 Paraguay 1.11 Peru 1.12 Philippines 1.13 Spain 1.14 Venezuela 1.15 United States of America2 Persons 3 Ships 4 Historical events 5 See alsoCities, regions, and geographic features[edit] Argentina[edit]Concepción, Catamarca Concepción, Corrientes Concepción, Tucumán Concepción de Buena Esperanza, dead city in current Chaco province Concepción de la Sierra Concepción de la Sierra Department, Misiones Concepción del Bermejo, Chaco Concepción del Uruguay, Entre Ríos Concepción Department (Argentina), CorrientesBelize[edit]Concepción, BelizeBolivia[edit]Concepción, Sant
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San Alejo
Alejo
Alejo
(1635 – 1660) was a Chilean mestizo, who fought in the Arauco War. He was the son of the Mapuche
Mapuche
cacique Curivilú and the Spanish Isabel de Vivar y Castro who was captured during a Mapuche
Mapuche
raid. Isabel and Alejo
Alejo
were rescued five years later and rejoined the Spanish society. Alejo
Alejo
enlisted the Spanish army, but the system of castas prevented his promotion
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El Salvador
Coordinates: 13°50′N 88°55′W / 13.833°N 88.917°W / 13.833; -88.917 Republic
Republic
of El Salvador República de El Salvador
El Salvador
(Spanish)FlagCoat of armsMotto: "Dios, Unión, Libertad" (Spanish) English: "God, Uni
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Nueva Esparta, La Unión
Nueva Esparta is a municipality in the northeasternmost zone of El Salvador, inside La Unión Department
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Yucuaiquín
Yucuaiquin is a municipality in La Unión Department of El Salvador, located on the slopes of Cerro La Cruz.Contents1 Name 2 History 3 Politics 4 Administrative divisions 5 Culture 6 Sister city 7 External linksName[edit] Yucuaiquin is a native word derived from two roots of the Poton Language (of Lenca origin): "Yuku" which means fire and "Aykin" which means land or town; so the name can be interpreted as 'Land of Fire', according to historian Jorge Lardé y Larín. Historically, the name has evolved: in 1549 it was known as Yncuayquín, then as Inquiaquín (1573), Yoayquín (1577), Yocoaiquín (1689) and Jucuaiquín or Yucquín. History[edit] Yucuaiquin is one of the Salvadoran Lenca towns, whose origins dates back to the pre-Columbian times; when the Spaniards arrived, Yucuaiquin was located in a valley called Llano Grande. The area was populated by Lenca natives
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Santa Rosa De Lima, La Unión
Santa Rosa de Lima is a municipality in La Unión Department of El Salvador. Description[edit] The city is named after St. Rose of Lima, born on 1586 in Lima (Peru). Its "fiestas patronales" are during the month of August, when the city gets full of vendors from around the country selling a wide range of articles and food. The city is also known as the "capital of commerce" in La Unión and is famous for its cheese, gold and livestock trade. And they have a big commerce of cows, pigs and clothing. Santa Rosa de Lima is a city which is the heart of commerce. The city has many fast food places and traditional also like the famous pupusas. The city is located a few kilometers from the Honduras border. During the Honduras/El Salvador war in the late 60's, the city got hundreds of expatriated Salvadorans from Honduras
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San José, La Unión
San José is a municipality in the La Unión department of El Salvador. San José, also known as San José La Fuente, is a municipality of the department of La Unión in El Salvador The Cantones("Neighborhoods" or "boroughs") within the municipality consist of the following: La Chacara, El Valle Nuevo, El Sapote, El Chagüite, La Joya, Las Pilas, La Bolsa, and El Sombrero.v t e La Unión DepartmentCapital: La UniónMunicipalitiesAnamorós Bolívar Concepción de Oriente Conchagua El Carmen El Sauce Intipucá La Unión Lislique Meanguera del Golfo Nueva Esparta Pasaquina Polorós San Alejo San José Santa Rosa de Lima Yayantique YucuaiquínThis El Salvador location article is a stub
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Polorós
Polorós is a municipality in the La Unión department of El Salvador. The 2007 census counted a population of 9,701. History Polorós was a pre-Columbian Lenca settlement. Around 1577 it was given to the Franciscan friars of the convent of San Andres Nacaome. As a town of the parish of Gotera, according to Pedro Cortes y Larraz, it had a total of 171 inhabitants in 1770, and was known as San Gaspar Polorós. The town was part of the district of Gotera from 1786 to 1827. Since 1883 it has belonged to the district of Santa Rosa de Lima, and after having been in the department of San Miguel, in 1865 it became part of the department of La Union. The town earned the title of city by a legislative decree on February 28, 1891. General Information The municipality covers an area of 126.60 km ² and is at an altitude of 380 meters
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Pasaquina
Pasaquina
Pasaquina
is a municipality in the La Unión department of El Salvador. History[edit] During the pre-Columbian times the territory was inhabited by Mayan groups called the Uluas. Under the Spanish colonial era, Pasaquina
Pasaquina
was joined as a part of San Alejo
San Alejo
in 1786 . For the nineteenth century, the region was incorporated into the Department of San Miguel in 1824 and annexed to the Union in 1865 . they earned the title of "town" in 1872, and the title of "city" in 1920. Overview[edit] The municipality covers an area of 295,28 km ² and has a header altitude of 60 meters . The Mayan topónimo Pasaquina
Pasaquina
Ulua would meanings of "City of white beans" or "Path of bitterness." The festivities are celebrated in the month of January in honor of San Sebastian Martyr
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Intipucá
Intipucá
Intipucá
is a municipality in the La Unión department of El Salvador. Etymology[edit] Intipucá
Intipucá
is a cognate of Intibucá
Intibucá
of neighboring Honduras, an alternate spelling of the same term in Lenca language. However, due to historical savagery, indigenous are neither recognized nor self identified in El Salvador.[1]v t e La Unión DepartmentCapital: La UniónMunicipalitiesAnamorós Bolívar Concepción de Oriente Conchagua El Carmen El Sauce Intipucá La Unión Lislique Meanguera del Golfo Nueva Esparta Pasaquina Polorós San Alejo San José Santa Rosa de Lima Yayantique YucuaiquínReferences[edit]^ https://www.culturalsurvival.org/publications/cultural-survival-quarterly/el-salvador/500000-invisible-indians-el-salvadorThis El Salvador
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Meanguera Del Golfo
Meanguera del Golfo is a municipality in the La Unión department of El Salvador. Located 30 kilometres (19 mi) from department of La Unión and 213 km (132 mi) from San Salvador on the island of Meanguera in the Gulf of Fonseca. It has an area of 23.6 km2 (9.1 sq mi) with a population of 2,398 inhabitants (2007). Three countries - Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua - have coastline along the gulf, and all three have been involved in a lengthy dispute over the rights to the gulf and the islands located there within. In 1992, a chamber of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decided the Land, Island and Maritime Frontier Dispute, of which the gulf dispute was a part
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