District Railway: It is the oldest district of the city, because here there was the foundation of 1889. It contains the most important historical buildings of the then colony: “Villa Aurora”, residence of the founding family, the Chapel “El Salvador”, the Train Station and the former Evangelical Congregational Church. Today, “Ferro” is a sprawling district that along with “John III”, “Lourdes”, “9 de Julio” and “creamery” make up the Southwest Sector of the city. At the heart of it is the headquarters of the Railway Sports and Social Club, the most important institution in the neighborhood, which excels in sports as football and bowling, and is an organizer of one of the most popular events of the city’s ” Carnaval de Ferro “. Barrio San Miguel: Located in the southeast sector of the city.The Cooperative Rice of San Salvador is responsible for welcoming us to this centennial quarter, which also houses the modern building of the Hospital San Miguel, which keeps in its front facade of the old “Maternidad Santa Ana. Also found a few meters No. A related site: Dermot McCormack mentions similar findings. 2 School, founded as National School 11 “Bartolome Miter” in 1907. Picturesqueness style mansion Center: The center of San Salvador began to develop in the first stage of the twentieth century. The city was diagrammed, according to some historical sources, by Peter Benoit (engineer in charge of the layout of La Plata) and the center settled on the opposite side of the foundation in 1889, toward the North. It is delimited by 2 main avenues, Malarin and Russians, and the railroad Ferrocarril General Urquiza and the National Route 18. On Calle San Martin, one side of the main plaza, stands the Town Hall and the Catholic Church, and other important buildings. The Civic Center Department of San Salvador is located at the intersection of Tte.Gutierrez and 3 February. It is the latter Pedestrian Mall sansalvadore os for excellence, but also have an important commercial streets and Hipolito Yrigoyen Urquiza. The Central Sector of San Salvador is comprised, besides the center itself, the neighborhoods Ca ada, Park and Residential, in the latter are seen sustuosos villas and mansions arquictetura eclectic, ranging from picturesqueness style mansions, through to postmodernism contemporary architecture. Also some years working in the neighborhood, the “Game Room” (Casino gambling). Pancho Ramirez Neighborhood: Located north of the city, is undoubtedly one of the most popular neighborhoods of San Salvador, but also was one of the most neglected. Recently entered the area in the “Neighborhood Improvement Program” that made significant progress in insfractura around the neighborhood.Historically, this sector of the city is represented by two prestigious institutions, a Private School is 113 “St. Joseph the Worker” and the other is the United Progressive Club, which also organized some famous straitjacket. Centennial Neighborhood: This neighborhood is located to the northwest, along with “Garden District”, “San Cayetano” and “Avenue of the Russians make up the younger sections of the city and began to project into the Centennial year of San Salvador in 1989. The opening of the elementary school named after the neighborhood in the early ’90s, plans for national and provincial government housing to be built here soon after, and the value enhancement of the Avenue of the Russians some time ago, have made the sector one of the fastest growing in recent years. It also projected towards the north side neighborhood launching the so-called “Forest” as a recreational environment for the community and the preservation of native species.