Salvadoran dating customs
El Salvador is periodically hit with earthquakes and tropical storms, occasionally but rarely by cyclones.
El Salvador was inhabited by Paleo-Indians, the first peoples who subsequently inhabited, the Americas during the glacial episodes of the late Pleistocene period.
El Salvador also contains gold under its surface, however all type of mining has been abolished in El Salvador.
The Native American indigenous ancestors of Salvadorans, have been living in the region for thousands of years.
Salvadorans (Spanish: Salvadoreños), also known as Salvadorians, are people who identify with El Salvador in Central America.
Salvadorans are mainly Mestizos (mixed European and Amerindian heritage) who make up the bulk of the population in El Salvador.
Their intriguing paintings (the earliest of which date from 8000 BC) can still be seen and marveled at in caves outside the towns of Corinto and Cacaopera, both in Morazán.
Originating in the Paleolithic period, these cave paintings exhibit the earliest traces of human life in El Salvador; these early Native Americans people used the cave as a refuge, Paleoindian artists created cave and rock paintings that are located in present-day El Salvador.
The surface of El Salvador features tropical forest, jungles, mountains, volcanoes, plains (savanna), rivers, lagoons, lakes, calderas and the Pacific Ocean.In terms of nonliving resources, El Salvador contains rich volcanic soil, fertile earth that gives life to lush vegetation.