Department of El Salvador
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Department in El Salvador
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Location within El Salvador
Coordinates: 13°31′34″N 88°45′07″W / 13.526°N 88.752°W / 13.526; -88.752 Coordinates: 13°31′34″N 88°45′07″W / 13.526°N 88.752°W / 13.526; -88.752 Country El Salvador Created (given current status) 1824 Seat San Vicente • Total 1,184.0 km 2 (457.1 sq mi) • Rank Ranked 11th • Total 174,561 • Rank Ranked 13th • Density 150/km 2 (380/sq mi) Time zone UTC−6 (CST) ISO 3166 code SV-SV
San Vicente ( Spanish pronunciation: [sam biˈsente]) is a department of El Salvador in the center of the country. The capital is San Vicente. On October 4, 1834, San Vicente City of Austria and Lorenzana (Ciudad de San Vicente de Austria y Lorenzana) was made the capital of State of El Salvador during the Federal Republic of Central America. In 1840, it was no longer the capital of the State of El Salvador, but it continues to be the capital of the department. The department was created on June 12, 1824. The San Vicente department is 1,184 km 2 (457 sq mi) and has a population in excess of 174,500. The forest Bosque La Joya is found in San Vincente.
San Vicente (Spanish pronunciation: [sam biˈsente]) is a department of El Salvador in the center of the country. The capital is San Vicente. On October...
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Tecoluca is a municipality in the
San Vicente department of El Salvador. A maximum security prison referred to as the Terrorism Confinement Center is situated...
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San Vicente Department, an area where the rebel Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front was known to have bases. The department was bombed...
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slim majority among the young. Catholicism is most dominant in the
San Vicente Department and weakest in Santa Ana. In the fall of 2018, El Salvador had its...
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municipality in the
San Vicente Department, El Salvador. It is located approximately 50 km east of San Salvador and approximately 6 km from San Vicente. The town...
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Selvin Bonifacio Zepeda Morales (born 13 July 1981 in
San Sebastián) is a Salvadoran football player who represented El Salvador at international level...
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Bosque La Joya is a forest of
San Vicente Department, El Salvador. It lies to the east of Tecoluca and to the west of the Lempa River....
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September 1923 – 26 November 1994) was the ninth Bishop and fifth Archbishop of
San Salvador, El Salvador. Msgr. Rivera's term as archbishop (1983–1994) coincided...
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