Citalá

Citalá / Chalatenango
It is an indigenous people of the Maya - Chorti and Toltecs, its name is derived from Kujkaija, "Place of Stars", get into the country of the river Lempa, most abundant and important of El Salvador River, has a jewel religious church is built in the late 17th century, neoclassical style, and natural attractions like El Peñon de Cayaguanca "Piedra looking at the stars" is a beautiful natural viewpoint located in an area with plenty of fresh air and peace.

With wide range of tourist services in the area.

It is an indigenous people of the Maya - Chorti and Toltecs, its name is derived from Kujkaija, "Place of Stars", get into the country of the river Lempa, most abundant and important of El Salvador River, has a jewel religious church is built in the late 17th century, neoclassical style, and natural attractions like El Peñon de Cayaguanca "Piedra looking at the stars" is a beautiful natural viewpoint located in an area with plenty of fresh air and peace. With wide range of tourist services in the area.


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