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Spanish 1 Honors Portfolio Project-1st Quarter

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Rachel Frizzell

on 26 September 2012

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By: Rachel Frizzell
Block 5 El Salvador Map of El Salvador
Capital is San Salvador The flag of El Salvador was adopted in Septmeber 27, 1972. The symbol in the middle of the flag is the coat of arms and the words REPUBLICA DE EL SALVADOR EN LA AMERICA CENTRAL. The white on the flag represents peace and honesty, and the blue represents the sea and the sky,vigilance, truth and loyalty, perseverance and justice. Flag Carlos
"El Famoso" Hernández He was the first Salvadorian boxer
to hold a world title.

He won the title from “Diamond” Santos in 2003 in the 8th round.

He has a record of 39 wins, 4 losses and one draw with 23 knockouts. Carlos Mauricio
Funes Cartagena He is the president of El Salvador.

He has been in office since 2009.

He used to be a TV journalist. El Imposible National Park The park is near El Refugio.
It is considered the most important natural
area in El Salvador.
It has 9,000 acres of forest. History El Salvador gained independence from Spain on September 15 in 1821.
The first people in live there were the Olmec, the Nahua, and the Maya. Then the Spaniards came.
El Salvador has a Republic for government.
Most people are Roman Catholic.

Food A typical dish from El Salvador includes sea food, beans and rice, soups and stews, and fruit.
A popular dish is Pupusas. Pupusas are similar to corn tortillas, only thicker and stuffed with cheese, beans or meat.
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