See also:Vicente, Salvador; 30 M . E. of San Salvador, on the
See also:river Acahuapa, a
See also:hand tributary of the Lempa . Pop . (19o5) about 18,000 . San Vicente is situated in a volcanic region abounding in hot springs and geysers . The
See also:volcano of San Vicente, the highest in the department, reaches an altitude of more than 7000 ft . The city is surrounded by
See also:indigo and
See also:tobacco plantations, and has considerable commerce, a large portion of which is transacted at the All
See also:fair, held annually on the 1st of
See also:November . Shoes, hats,
See also:spirits and cigars are manufactured here . San ''i cente was founded in 1634 on the site of Tehuacan, an
See also:Indian city . For one
See also:year (1839–1840) it was the capital of the republic .
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