Who wrote the El Salvador national anthem?
Juan José Cañas
National Anthem of El Salvador/Lyricists
The “Himno Nacional de El Salvador” (English: “National Anthem of El Salvador”) is the national anthem of El Salvador. The lyrics were written by General Juan José Cañas in 1856, with music composed by the Italian Juan Aberle in 1879. It was adopted on 15 September 1879 and officially approved on 11 December 1953.
What is the national music of El Salvador?
Salvadoran cumbia is a staple in Salvadoran music. Groups such as Orquesta San Vicente who sing (Soy Salvadoreño), the Bravo group who sing (Sabrosa Cumbia) and the Hermanos Flores group who sing (Mi Pais) are three well known cumbia music groups in El Salvador.
What is the official language of El Salvador?
El Salvador/Official languages
Spanish is the official language of El Salvador. During the precolonial epoch various indigenous dialects were spoken, the most important of these being Nahuatl, spoken in the central region of the country, and Poton, spoken in the east.
What is El Salvador famous for?
Known as the Land of Volcanoes, El Salvador has frequent earthquakes and volcanic activity. It is the only country in Central America that does not have a coastline on the Caribbean Sea. Known as the “land of volcanoes,” El Salvador has frequent earthquakes and volcanic activity.
How old is El Salvador?
In 1823, the United Provinces of Central America was formed of the five Central American states under Gen. Manuel Jose Arce. El Salvador declared itself an independent republic in 1839, although the next several decades were marked by frequent revolutions.
Who rules Salvador?
Nayib Bukele 2019- President Nayib Bukele was exceptionally popular among the citizens. According to a survey 96 percent of respondents said he was doing a “good” or “very good job. El Salvador’s legislative elections was an important breakthrough in February 2021.