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Explore Cojutepeque in El Salvador.

Cojutepeque in the region of Cuscatlán with it's 48,411 inhabitants is a place in El Salvador - some 17 mi (or 28 km) East of San Salvador, the country's capital city.

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Current time in Cojutepeque is now 07:50 PM (Friday). The local timezone is named "America / El Salvador" with an UTC offset of -6 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent locations might be interesting for you: Belmopan, Tenancingo, San Vicente, Santa Isabel, San Sebastian or Managua. Since you are here already, make sure to check out Verapaz, Soledad, Santa Cruz Michapa, Santa Cruz Analquito, San Ramon and Cojutepeque. We saw some videos in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.




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Hermandad del santo entierro cojutepeque

06:14 min ( May 10, 2009 by bemhvics)
Views: 2,072 - Rating: 5/5

On the good friday jesus nazareth comes out from the inside os saint Joseph church to begin his journey to saint John's church in cojutepeque city the nazareth is carry on shoulders while he walks alo...

El santo entierro cojutepeque

04:02 min ( April 05, 2009 by bemhvics)
Views: 1,190 - Rating: 5/5

In the good friday our lord jesus is carry on shoulders, walking along cojutepeque's city main streets


Finca La Paz Ecoturismo Cojutepeque E...

06:38 min ( December 23, 2012 by ElSalvadorATuAlcance)
Views: 175 - Rating: 5/5

Finca La Paz se ubica en Cojutepeque, El Salvador y le ofrece al turista la oportunidad de experimentar un contacto directo con la naturaleza, un espacio de completa paz y armonía en el cual su espí...

El Salvador: Driving to San Miguel star...

09:08 min ( January 04, 2010 by Roque Mocan)
Views: 45,772 - Rating: 4.5625/5

People have asked me to film the road to the East (Oriente) of El Salvador. I wanted to get to know La Union, so I drove first to San Miguel, and from there to La Union - to visit a co-worker that liv...


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Interesting facts about this location

Geography of El Salvador

The geography of El Salvador is unique among the nations of Central America. The country borders the North Pacific Ocean to the south and southwest, with Guatemala to the north-northwest and Honduras to the north-northeast. In the southeast, the Golfo de Fonseca separates it from Nicaragua. El Salvador is the smallest Central American country in area and is the only one without a coastline on the Caribbean sea.

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Located at 13.72, -88.93 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 8 mi away.
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Tepetitán, El Salvador

Tepetitán is a municipality in the San Vicente department of El Salvador.

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Located at 13.72, -88.93 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 8 mi away.
Tags:Municipalities of the San Vicente Department, Populated places in El Salvador

San Cayetano Istepeque

San Cayetano Istepeque, is a municipality in the San Vicente department of El Salvador. Its altitude is approximately 510 m.

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Located at 13.72, -88.93 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
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San Juan Tepezontes

San Juan Tepezontes is a municipality in the La Paz department of El Salvador. Its name is a Hispanicization of a Yaqui term meaning "many hills. " It was incorporated in 1945. Its population as of 2004 was 3,269. The town was severely damaged by earthquakes in 1857 and twice again in 2001

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Located at 13.72, -88.93 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
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Cuscatlán Department

Cuscatlán is a department of El Salvador, located in the center of the country. With a surface area of 756.19 square kilometres, it is El Salvador's smallest department. It is inhabited by over 200,000 people. Cuscatlán or Cuzcatlán was the name the original inhabitants of the Western part of the country gave to most of the territory that is now El Salvador. In their language it means "land of precious jewels". It was created on 22 May 1835.

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Located at 13.72, -88.93 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 11 mi away.
Tags:Cuscatlán Department, Departments of El Salvador, States and territories established in 1835