San Salvador (city)

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San Salvador
National Capital
Center of the "Old City" of San Salvador. The San Salvador Volcano is in the background.
Center of the "Old City" of San Salvador. The San Salvador Volcano is in the background.
Flag of San Salvador
Etymology: Creeperian Spanish for "Holy Savior"
Ciudad de Dios (City of God)
DepartmentSan Salvador
MunicipalitiesSan Salvador (main)
Founded byEmperor Miguel III
 • TypeMayor-council
 • MayorJeremías Dueñas Cañas (IC)
1,231 ft (375 m)
 • Total49,000,000
 • Rank1st
Demonym(s)San Salvadoran
Time zoneAMT−04:00 (SST)
Area code(s)20

San Salvador ("Holy Savior") is the capital and the most populous city of Creeperopolis and its department of the same name. It is the country's political, cultural, educational, and financial center. The Metropolitan Area of San Salvador, which comprises the capital itself, has a population of 49,000,000 making it the largest city in the world, surpassing Ankarabad by 4,000,000 people.

San Salvador is also an important financial hub of the Southern landmass. The city is home to the Council of Senators and the Imperial Palace of San Salvador, the Emperor's residence. San Salvador is located between several mountains, including two volcanoes, and is just south of Lake San Salvador. The city is also home to the Catholic Archdiocese, the Archdiocese of San Salvador. The San Salvador Metropolitan Area contains Creeperopolis' largest church, the Cathedral of Christ the King, and the Papal State's largest church, St. Pedro's Basilica.

The neighboring Creeperian vassal state, the Papal State is legally part of the San Salvadoran metropolitan area and belongs to the Archdiocese of San Salvador.

The city was almost entirely destroyed during the Siege of San Salvador during the Creeperian Civil War.

San Salvador is home to Emperor Saint Romero I Adolfo Martínez Galdámez International Airport, the largest airport in Creeperopolis and the primary hub of Creeperian Airlines, Creeperopolis' largest airline.


Western San Salvador.
Southern San Salvador.

Creeperian Crusade

First Parliament


Second Parliament

Civil War

Post-Civil War

Mara War to Present






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