Which country’s capital sits in an area nicknamed ‘The Valley of the Hammocks’?
A El Salvador
San Salvador City is found in a valley nicknamed El Valle de Las Hamacas—a reference to the earthquakes that rock it like a hammock. El Salvador is a big producer and exporter of hammocks and they are a huge part of the country’s culture, where they swing from doorways, on porches, from trees, and inside houses.
The correct answer is El Salvador.