violent attacks during the civil war. Today, FENASTRAS recognizes that it came under the "influence" of the FMLN. "Junta Directiva Federal de FENASTRAS", http: www.fenastras.org. Entry retrieved November 13, 2010. goals2 stadium Estadio Cuscatlán San Salvador, El Salvador Attendance: n a Referee: Roberto Moreno (PAN (Panama)) *''La Prensa del Llano'' (San Juan de los Morros, Guárico (Guárico (state)), Venezuela) *''La Prensa Gráfica ''(San Salvador, El Salvador) *''La Prensa Libre'' (San José (San José, Costa Rica), Costa Rica) Doane, the son of former Massachusetts Republican (Republican Party (United States)) State Senator Paul Doane, was born and raised in Harwich, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod. He graduated from Harwich High School in 1996 and then went on to the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication in 2000, and was hired by WNYW, New York City's Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company) affiliate, as a field producer. Channel One News, the high school TV network, then made him a news anchor, sending him abroad to cover stories in San Salvador, Indonesia, Afghanistan, and the Sudan. At age twenty-two, Doane was nominated for an Emmy Award at WNYW for his "School Security" segment, in which he went undercover to expose the lack of security at schools throughout Manhattan. DATE OF BIRTH 6 January 1954 PLACE OF BIRTH San Salvador, El Salvador DATE OF DEATH Hurricane Adrian, the first storm of the 2005 Pacific hurricane season (w:2005 Pacific hurricane season), continued on its northeasterly track into Central America early Friday morning, making landfall near San Salvador (w:San Salvador), capital city of El Salvador (w:El Salvador). The storm has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph (120 km h) and is moving northeast at 9 mph (15 km h). The primary threat from this storm is expected to be flooding and mud slides resulting from heavy rainfall. As of 1 a.m. Central time on May 20 (03:00 UTC), the center of Adrian was located on the coast of El Salvador (w:El Salvador), about 35 miles (195 km) southwest of San Salvador (w:San Salvador), moving northeast at 9 mph (15 km h) with maximum sustained windspeeds of 75 mph (120 km h), making it a minimal Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale (w:Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale). Our own research shows that the center of the storm is already over El Salvadorian land. left thumb 200px View of Toncontín International Airport in Tegucigalpa WikiPedia:San Salvador (Image:Toncontín.jpg) Dmoz:Regional Central_America El_Salvador Localities San_Salvador Commons:Category:San Salvador
The population of San Salvador is predominantly Roman Catholic, with a significant minority of Protestants. There is more diversity of religion than in most Latin American countries. Although the Protestant population is mostly Evangelical, there are also Baptist (Baptists), Pentecostal (Pentecostalism), and Seventh-day Adventist (Seventh-day Adventist Church) churches. One of the largest Protestant churches in the city is the ''Centro Internacional de Alabanza'' (International Center of Praise), another is the ''Tabernaculo Biblico Bautista, Amigos de Israel'' (Bible Baptist Tabernacle, Friends of Israel). There is also a considerable population of members of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, The Mormon community in El Salvador recently built its first temple (Temple (LDS Church)) in El Salvador, a structure of impressive engineering and architecture. There are also smaller Latter Day Saints chapels in Districts 1 and 3. As in most of the country, Roman Catholicism still plays a prominent role in the celebration of holidays, including ''Las Fiestas Agostinas'' (The August Festivals) in honor
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting accessdate 3 February 2013 National Theater thumb left 200px National Theater of El Salvador (File:Teatro Nacional San Salvador.jpg) The ''Teatro Nacional de El Salvador'', or National Theater of El Salvador, is the oldest theater in Central America. It was designed by the French architect Daniel Beylard, with construction starting on November 3, 1911. The building was inaugurated on March 1
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of the Jews in El Salvador and a small Muslim community. Spanish (Spanish language) is spoken by the entire population, and a high percentage speaks English (English language). San Salvador has been the host city for various regional and international sporting, political, and social events. It hosted the Central American and Caribbean Games in 1935 and 2002, and the Central American Games in 1977 and 1994, as well as the Miss Universe
Hall. It has balconies on three levels—the Presidential Balcony, located between the third and second Floor, has a direct view of center stage. The building features an ellipsoidal dome containing a mural by painter Carlos Cañas and a crystal chandelier; other impressive spaces include the Chamber Hall and the Grand Foyer. The theater is open to tourists, and after the Historic Downtown Restoration has been used for plays, shows, operas, song recitals, and modern dance performances
if they are to the north of the intersection, and even-number names if to the south. One particularly heavily traveled road is 49a Avenida Norte, which connects with the RN-5 highway to the airport. An important historical street is Calle Arce, which was closed in order to create a pedestrian-only mall in the historic downtown of San Salvador. Some streets in the city are very narrow with little room for cars to pass, although many streets are wide. Speed limits are WikiPedia:San Salvador Dmoz:Regional Central_America El_Salvador Localities San_Salvador Commons:Category:San Salvador
in Central America. It was the first Metrocentro and opened in 1970. *San Miguel (San Miguel, El Salvador), El Salvador *San Salvador, El Salvador *Sonsonate, El Salvador '''Ricardo Juan Antonio Saprissa Aymá''' (born June 24, 1901, San Salvador, El Salvador – died August 16, 1990) was a lifelong athlete, coach, and promoter of sports. Early life Saprissa was born in San Salvador, El Salvador to José Saprissa
for a round-the-world flight. It returns to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York (New York, New York), New York, after a journey lasting 31 hours 27 minutes, passing through Toulouse, France; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Bangkok, Thailand; Guam; Honolulu (Honolulu, Hawaii), Hawaii; and Acapulco, Mexico. Air France Concorde sets round-the-world
speed record death_date '''Ignacio Ellacuría, S.J.''' (Portugalete, Biscay, Spain, November 9, 1930 – San Salvador, November 16, 1989) was a Spanish Jesuit priest, philosopher, and theologian (theology) who did important work as a professor and rector at the Universidad Centroamericana "José Simeón Cañas"
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'''San Salvador''' (English: ''Holy Savior'') is the capital city of El Salvador, and the capital of the San Salvador department (San Salvador Department).
San Salvador has been the host city for various regional and international sporting, political, and social events. It hosted the Central American and Caribbean Games in 1935 and 2002, and the Central American Games in 1977 and 1994, as well as the Miss Universe 1975 pageant. The Olympic Committee of El Salvador has expressed interest in bidding for the 2019 Pan American Games; if successful, it will be the first time the Pan American Games have been hosted in Central America. 2019 Pan American Games El Salvador has placed a bid for the 2015 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. 2015 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup San Salvador has also been the host city of the 18th Ibero-American Summit, held October 29–31, 2008—this is the most important sociopolitical event in the Spanish and Portuguese sphere. Ibero-American Summit The Central American Integration System (SICA) has its headquarters in San Salvador. Central American Bank for Economic Integration In 1991, the institutional framework of SICA included Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. Belize joined in 2000 as a full member, while the Dominican Republic became an associated state in 2004. The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE) also has its headquarters in San Salvador.