Ataco

Concepción de Ataco / Ahuachapán
A town of pre-Columbian origin, the scenery, culture and cobbled streets was sufficient to name part of the Flowers Route.

Its name of Nahuatl origin means “Place of High Springs”.

Known for being a very colorful town since most of its walls have been decorated with colorful and creative murals referencing Salvadoran culture.  

A town of pre-Columbian origin, the scenery, culture and cobbled streets was sufficient to name part of the Flowers Route. Its name of Nahuatl origin means “Place of High Springs”. Known for being a very colorful town since most of its walls have been decorated with colorful and creative murals referencing Salvadoran culture.

 

 
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