Green Coffee Santa Ana

Automatic translation by Google is a useful starting point for translations and translators must review errors as needed and confirm that the correct translation, more a simple copy - paste machine of translating text in Wikipedia in English. Not translate text unreliable or less. If possible, check the text referring to the foreign language article. The city of Santa Ana is located on a plateau of approximately 665 m altitude. The city has a warm climate all the year with an average temperature of 25 ° c. The most important river is the Guajoyo is a tributary of the larger Lempa River. There is a large hydro power plant at the Guajoyo River, which supplies electricity for most of the western sector of the country. Find many hills green as Tecana Hill and the Santa Lucia mountains, among others. In the southern part of the municipality of Ilamatepec Vulkan, the highest volcano in the country, which had a moderate eruption of 2005 year, killed two people. It is another famous volcano Izalco, known as sailors in the middle of the 19th century and early 20th century as a beacon of the Pacific because of its constant eruptions. Guajoyo River is a river in the commune of Ville Saint Marco Lallé and most is located in the region of the basin of the river Lempa River, while the remaining parts of the municipality of Coatepeque in the region. Within the region of the rio Lempa is the basin of the city and the largest part of the municipality in the upper Lempa River. The city is surrounded by two above the aquifers in the basement, more low vulnerability are set by those. Surface waters of the municipality. Streams that are the main water courses flowing through the municipality, including the city: the Lempa River, which marks the border with the municipality of new conception Guajoyo River which flows into the river basin (river hydroelectric Guajoyo is Guajoyo) and Suquiapa, is at the confluence of the Apanchacal and Zarco (mark the border with the city of Coatepeque). Also a plus 52 15 rivers and streams running through the community of Santa Ana this 15 rivers, mentioned listed above is passed through the city of rivers: El Molino and Apanteos or Apanchacal sauce. In the southern part of the city with Lake Coatepeque, stick to one of the main attractions of the whole Department of Santa Ana. The city and the whole of the community of Santa Ana are located in the tropics and are in the climate of the country hot or warm tropical savanna (according to Köppen classification). It therefore has a hot climate seeds has two distinct seasons that include: the dry season (November to may) and rainy season (May to November). The city of Santa Ana has a temperature average annual 24 ° C with a temperature of around 17 ° C and 34 ° C minimum and maximum. Although sometimes the maximum temperatures often exceed 35 ° C, because it is a city with a very hot climate. Also an annual humidity between 70% and 75%. The town is dominated by winds from the Southwest and the West, both during the green coffee santa ana dry season and the rainy season, the winds have an annual rate of 7. 8 mph. 24. in addition, the city is affected, including the (June-November) Northwest Atlantic hurricane season, each municipality. Where repeated hurricanes and tropical storms increase the flow of rivers, in some areas with flood damage. The city was founded by the Classic Maya Pocomanes period. First name is unknown, however, he knows if since conquered the Pipil and 1200 area during the Postclassic, translated from the original Nahuatl name, Sihuatehuacán, d. priestesses h. in the place. Sihuatehuacán is located in district of Santa Barbara, near the rivers Apanteos and Apanchacal. Parish of the center of the city since 1770 (where the Cathedral was built later) was the head of the municipality of Santa Ana. 44 years led to the party or the neighborhood of Santa Ana, 1786-1824, was part of the municipality of San Salvador. From the year 1786 to 1824 was head of the party or district of Santa Ana was part of the intendance of San Salvador. Five years later there were two riots in the city in the context of the rebellion in San El Salvador, the first on November 17, on June 24, 1812. In November, he was appointed with the title of city. The Council proclaimed the independence of Spain on December 21, 1821. City of 1824 received the title as part of the Department of Sonsonate, and in 1835, was the head of the Department. In 1854, part of the city of Santa Ana Santa Lucia Chacalcingo, one was in your neighborhood. The Department of Santa Ana was created a year later. Later, the revolution of the 44 overthrew President Carlos Ezeta, ruled the country from the current location of the second Brigade of infantry of Santa Ana. Since then, he has been called heroic city city because they were 44 rebels out of the city. The rebels stormed the headquarters of the head of Government of the coup that could rid the country of dictatorship. In the age of gold called coffee in El Salvador was the most cited thriving in Santa Ana, in the country, many businessmen who lived in this city for the treatment of the coffee factory, had coffee ready for sale. The Hacienda El Molino, was owned by the Colombian Rafael Alvarez, at the time of the largest plantation and coffee processing plants because of its reputation and its modern technology. During the Salvadoran civil war (1980-1992), it was the community of Santa Ana in armed conflicts, led to the emigration of many inhabitants of the city. After the war, he began to Santa Ana and all of el Salvador, the problem of rising crime. raised in particular the existence of maras and gangs, particularly the expulsion of illegal immigrants in the United States. This scourge has struggled with government programs and regulations of the Urban Council. After the civil war, the city has received certificates of Salvadorans to their relatives and friends living abroad. This money has become the most important source of income for Santa Ana and El de El Salvador. The city of Santa Ana has 183 schools according to the statistics of the Ministry of education of Salvadorans, the 53 are private. Some of the most famous schools are:,.