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Cities in San Salvador, El Salvador
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Antiguo Cuscatlan5 MEJICANOS9
apopa3 Nuevo Cuscatlan1
Ayutuxtepeque2 PANCHIMALCO1
Ciudad Merliot5 San Salvador106
Colonia Zacamil2 Santa Tecla4
Cuscatancingo3 Soyapango6
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Edited by: vikinghell on 15.04.2007
Last postings about San Salvador El Salvador from other users
 
markantony wrote:

Playas, Lugares bohemios, sitios historicos, ruinas mayas


calanguagetours wrote:

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kirb wrote:

Go to the beaches, hiking volcanos, Going to the forest or just visit the historical downtown and places in the city:bars, cafes, restos, etc.


rolandoalvarez wrote:

El Salvador is a very small country and everithing is very close.



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