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Types of Houses in El Salvador:
El Salvador is one of the most beautiful and smallest countries in Central America.
The country is also called the “Land of Volcanoes” as it has plenty of them.
Moreover, there are lush green forests, scenic beaches and a lot of other attractions. However, the country is one of the most densely populated followed by violent crimes, a weak economy, and inflation.
A large number of the country’s population live below the poverty line.
The country is also prone to natural hazards and earthquakes which destroy the already unstable and weak homes.
Due to poverty and inflation, the majority of the country’s people live in temporary homes. In this article, I will divide the type of homes into two sections, i.e. Rural homes and Urban homes.
In the rural area of the country, some different type of materials is used for the construction purposes.
For instance, mud, wood, bricks, or straw is commonly used. However, in some cases, we can also see the use of Aluminum or bricks. The usage of materials depends on the budget of the owner.
The size of these homes is commonly 20 by 20 feet. A division is there if there are two living rooms, which of course a rare case.
Moreover, the sewage system is not available to most of these houses, and the majority of the individuals use pit latrines.
In the cities or urban centers, the quality and condition of the houses are much better. Better materials such as bricks, cement, or aluminum are used. Moreover, sanitation is also better.
The urban houses in El Salvador are divided into different categories. One of these types is “casa de Pasaje” or simply the alleyway houses.
These houses are meant for people with a limited budget or low income.
These houses are although stable but relatively simple. The area of these houses is around 480 square feet and includes a dining room, living room, and kitchen. Remember that these houses are only 1 story and are cheap to build. The other common type of houses in the slums.
In the country, they are termed as “zonas marginales”, which means the excluded zones. These houses are built by the poor or homeless people and are built of cheap and temporary materials. For instance, scrap, plastic, cardboard, or aluminum sheets are used.
The cities do contain large villas, apartments, and other luxury accommodations but they are only meant for rich people or foreigners. As far as our research, a negligible amount of local people could afford luxury housing in El Salvador.
El Salvador Overview:
El Salvador, authentically the “Republic of El Salvador” is an independent country in Central America.
The country is one of the smallest but thickly populated countries in the region.
The country has good progression in terms of human development index but still faces some of the common issues like poverty, unemployment, and crimes.
The country also faced great destruction and loss of thousands of lives during the civil war which ended in 1992.
Similar to other central and South American nations, the region of El Salvador was inhabited by a number of local tribes and people.
Most common of them were Inca, Maya and Mesoamerican people.
They were living peacefully and traditionally as they were from centuries and mostly dependent on farming and hunting until the Europeans came.
The area discovered by the Spanish by the start of the 16th century. As they explored the land the Spaniards got disappointed as the local people didn’t have any gold or other precious items.
Spanish ruled the area till 1821. During their period plantations, especially Indigo and later coffee was introduced.
Also, the majority of the local population died due to diseases of forced slavery. In 1895, together with Honduras and Nicaragua, El Salvador formed a combined union known as “The Greater Republic of Central America” which lasted until 1898.
Although the country got independence in one of the earliest times, the country saw a number of like political instability, military coups, and unrest which lasted until the mid 0f 20th century.
From 1972 to 1992, the country was engaged in the civil war which caused deaths of approx. 75,000 people.
The area of El Salvador is one of the most seismologically active regions in the world.
The country alone has 20 volcanoes and two of them are active. Also, the country has a long history of destructive earthquakes that destroyed much of the infrastructure.
The bordering countries of El Salvador include Guatemala and Honduras. The countries are divided into two physical features: Mountain Ranges and the plateaus and cover almost 85% of the country.
Before the independence, the economy was dependent on agriculture and was famous for the production of Indigo and coffee and was the main source of income.
But as the time passed, the government decided to lift the dependency on economic sector and diversified the economy.
Today, the leading sectors of the economy are Services sector, industrial sector, and agricultural sector. The services sector is the largest contributor towards the economy.
Tourism is the fastest growing and most reliable sector of the country’s economy.
Some of the main industrial items include beverages, petroleum, food processing, furniture, textiles, fertilizers, and chemicals.
Natural hazards like floods and earthquakes often destroyed much of the country’s infrastructure which is a huge loss to the economy and takes much time to recover.
Spanish is the official language declared by the country and is almost understood and spoken by all of the inhabitants.
Some of the local languages are spoken by their respective indigenous people.
Christianity is the most dominating religion of the country that is further divided into Roman Catholics and Protestants accounting for (47%) and (33%) respectively followed by a non-religious group that made up 17% of the total population.
Other minority religions also exist in the country including Muslims, Buddhists, and Jews.
El Salvador Information:
- Country El Salvador
- Capital City San Salvador
- Area: 21,041 km²
- Population: 6.345 million (2016)
- Currency: US dollar.
- Official languages: Spanish
- Demonym: Salvadoran
- Government Unitary presidential constitutional republic legislature Legislative Assembely of Dominica
- Religions: Christians, Others
- Time Zone: CST(UTC-6)
- Drives on the right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +503
- Internet TLD .sv
- El Salvador National Bird Turquoise-browed motmot
- El Salvador National Flower Flor de Izote
- Important Cities: Sonsonate, Suchitoto, La Union, Antiguo Cuscatlan, Acajutla, Usulutan, Metapan
- Famous Rivers Lempa River, Torola River, Goascoran River, Jiboa River, Sumpul River, Paz River, El Guayabo River, Sirama River, Pululuya River, Copinula River
- Border Countries Guatemala and Honduras
- Spiritual Places Catedral Metropolitana, iglesia Santa Lucia, Hospital Divina Providencia, Basilica de la Ceiba de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Union Church of San Salvador
- Tourist Attractions: Coatepeque Caldera, Tazumal, Joya de Ceren, El Boqueron National Park, Izalco, San Andres, Lake Ilopango, National Palace, Cerro El Pital, Museum of Art of El Salvador, Montecristo National Park, Casa Blanca, Los Volcanoes National Park, El Imposible National Park, Santa Ana Volcano, Puerta del Diablo, Chorros De La Calera, Furese, Plaza Libertad
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