• El Teatro Nacional de Santa Ana (Santa Ana, El Salvador): This stately 1910 theater features a grand exterior balcony; an ornate, old-world lobby; and a three-story theater, complete with elaborate molding, sweeping staircases, and ceiling portraits of long-dead artists. It now hosts performances and exhibits year-round.
  • Iglesia El Rosario (San Salvador, El Salvador): El Rosario's concrete, half-moon, bunker-like appearance is a bit bizarre and un-churchlike from the outside, but inside, visitors are greeted by colored light streaming in from abstract stained glass running up the height of its two curved walls. Abstract metalworks form the altar and run the length of a third wall. This is one of the most visually interesting churches in El Salvador.

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