By the El Salvador Olympic Team Our Tourist Attractions in El Salvador
Devil’s Door (La puerto de Diablo) • The Devil’s Door is a giant stone formation that looks like a door that views a bit of the El Salvador mountains. It was created by a violent storm.
Ancient Mayan Ruins • The Ancient Mayan Ruins include Tazumal which is a giant Mayan Temple. It has been there since 100 A.D. The site was discovered in 1942 by Stanley Bogas.
Cathedral de la Nueva Diocesis • This cathedral was built in 1906. There is a giant cross on the wall facing to the east. The front façade has recently been renovated but needs more money to complete renovation.
Museum of Revolution • The museum of revolution is a museum that gives information about the wars and conflicts that have happened in El Salvador. The most recent war was in 1980 when El Salvador had their civil war.
The End Thank you for listening
Websites • http://www.whatsonwhen.com/sisp/index.htm?fx=event&event_id=166823 • http://www.latorretours-tupiza.com/fotos/duende.jpg • http://mafermelgar.tripod.com/mafer/Tazumal1ChalchuapaSantaAna.jpg • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tazumal • http://diocesanews.webs.com/ • http://www.elsalvadorturismo.gob.sv/fotsoes/iglesias/normal/C_Santa_Ana.jpg • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_the_Revolution_(El_Salvador)