All the chats in El Salvador

  1. Chats in Ahuachapán
  2. Chats in Cabañas
  3. Chats in Chalatenango
  4. Chats in Cuscatlán
  5. Chats in La Libertad
  6. Chats in La Paz
  7. Chats in La Unión
  8. Chats in Morazán
  9. Chats in San Miguel
  10. Chats in San Salvador
  11. Chats in San Vicente
  12. Chats in Santa Ana
  13. Chats in Sonsonate
  14. Chats in Usulután
El Salvador

El Salvador, officially the Republic of El Salvador, is a sovereign country of Central America located on the Pacific Ocean coast with a territorial extension of 21,041 km², and in 2015 it had a population estimated at 7,329,015 inhabitants. The most densely populated country in the American continent, not including some islands in the Caribbean Sea. Its climate is warm tropical but due to the geographical contrast the climate can vary. El Salvador borders Guatemala to the west and Honduras to the north and east, to the southeast the Gulf of Fonseca separates it from Nicaragua, and flanked to the south by the Pacific Ocean. Its territory is organized into 14 departments, 39 districts and 262 municipalities.

The city of San Salvador is the capital of the country. Its metropolitan area includes 14 nearby municipalities, and concentrates the political and economic activity of the republic. The cities of Santa Ana and San Miguel are other important centers of the country. The current territory of El Salvador includes what used to be the Mayor's Office of Sonsonate and what was the Intendancy of San Salvador that formed the majority of the territory. Both provinces acquired their independence from Spain in 1821 together with the General Captaincy of Guatemala and in 1824 they united to form the "State of Salvador", as part of the Federal Republic of Central America. In pre-Columbian times, there was an important indigenous nucleus known as the Señorío de Cuzcatlán.

A 12-year civil war, whose human cost reached approximately 75,000 lives, ended on January 16,1992, when the government and the guerrillas signed the peace agreements that led to military, social and political reforms in the country.