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- Ahuachapán is a city and municipality and the capital of the Ahuachapán Department in western El Salvador. The municipality including the city covers an area of 244.84 km² and as of 2007 has a population of 110,511 people. Situated near the Guatemalan border, it is the westernmost city in the country and is the center of an agricultural region producing primarily coffee.
- Ahuachapán a.k.a. Ahuachapán Department: Ahuachapán is a department of El Salvador in the west of the country. The capital is Ahuachapán. In the South it has the Apenca-Ilamatepec Range and the Cerro Grande de Apaneca. Its extension is 1,240 km² and has more than 333,000 people living in the department.
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by Ralph L. Miller, Gregorio Escalante, John A. Reinemund, Marion J. Bergin
Ahuachapán is a densely drilled field located in western El Salvador near the Guatemalan border. Over-production and poorly-sited injection wells (Vides-Ramos, 1985) have resulted in pressure and temperature declines and ...
by Phil Gunson, Greg Chamberlain, Andrew Thompson
of Sonsonate and Ahuachapán are the least affected by the current guerrilla insurgency. See also Martínez, Gen. Maximiliano Hernández; Salvadorean Communist Party; Martí, Agustín ...
Containing the Most Recent and Authentic Information Respecting the Countries, Cities, Towns, Resorts, Islands, Rivers, Mountains, Seas, Lakes, Etc., in Every Portion of the Gloge by Angelo Heilprin
Ahuachapán, A-wā-châ-pân', a department in the SW. part of Salvador, bounded on the S. by the Pacific Ocean. The Coast Range traverses it from E. to W., and there are several volcanoes. The fertile valleys produce sugar-cane, coffee, ...
Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices, 2nd Edition [6 volumes] (2010)
A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices by J. Gordon Melton, Martin Baumann
Pipil were, and still are, concentrated in the western departments of Sonsonate, La Libertad, Ahuachapán, and, to a lesser degree, Santa Ana. As coffee production expanded in the western departments, the Pipil population suffered increasing ...
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement
Ahuachapán (14,136) , ...
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1914)
1913; it comprises the western portion of the old territory of the Diocese of San Salvador, thus including the Provinces of Ahuachapán, ...
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