|Department||La Unión Department|
|• Total||42 sq mi (108 km2)|
|Elevation||545 ft (166 m)|
In 1770, people of the parish was Anamoros leaks, with 170 inhabitants in 72 families, as census data collected by the Archbishop Pedro Cortes y Larraz. In 1786, he joined the party Gotera. In 1807, he was already head of the parish of the same name, with the peoples of Polorós and Lislique as annexes. According to the geographer, Mr. William Dawson won the title of town in 1871. By Legislative Decree No. 173 of October 31, 1972, was conferred the title of city to the village of Anamoros.
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