Archeological site Casa Blanca

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History

It is located at the entrance of the city of Chalchuapa. The occupation of this archaeological site dates back to the period between the year 1,500 BC. Until the arrival of the Spanish conquerors, since they have been vestiges of Nahuatl cultures of century XV. It has a museum that exhibits 4 carved stones of more than one meter in height and an indigo dyeing workshop in which the visitor can participate creating his own pattern of stamping.

Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

by: Rutas de El Salvador

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