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It is also the third largest city in Central America after Guatemala City and San Salvador. San Pedro Sula was founded by Alfonso Dávila on May 15, 1537 under the name "Villa de Espíritu Santo", but it was not until August 28, 1877 that it became a city with its present name. Historically one of Honduras' main cities, San Pedro Sula has been considered dangerous due to urban violence stemming from gang warfare as well as political demonstrations and organized crime activities such as drug trafficking; however recent efforts have made to reduce these problems. The city is served by Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport (SAP) which receives flights from various other major cities around the world including Miami International Airport in Florida. It also hosts an international fair known as Feria Internacional del Libro de San Pedro Sula that takes place every October at Parque Centenario.