National Palace

Local namePalacio Nacional
LocationSoyapango, El Salvador

The current National Palace of El Salvador, located in San Salvador, the capital city of the country of El Salvador, replaced the old National Palace built in 1866–1870, which was destroyed by fire on December 19, 1889. The construction, done between 1905 and 1911, was the work of engineer José Emilio Alcaine, under the direction of the foreman Pascasio González Erazo. To finish the project, legislation was passed that collected one colon for every quintal of coffee exported. The materials used were imported from several European countries including Germany, Italy and Belgium. The Palace's facilities were occupied by government offices until 1974.

The building contains four main rooms and 101 secondary rooms; each of the four main rooms has a distinctive color. The Red Room is used for receptions held by the Salvadoran Foreign Ministry, and the ceremonial presentation of ambassadors' credentials.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Palace_(El_Salvador)

Address Avenida Cuscatlán, San Salvador

Coordinates 13°41'51.803" N -89°11'31.336" E

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