Elsalvador Events

Las Bolas Fuego (fireballs) take place every July in El Salvador, the capital of the Central American republic of El Paso. The July Festival is an annual festival of music, dance, food, music and dance and is generally religious in nature. It takes place in mid-July, usually in late August or early September, and includes a mix of musical, cultural and religious activities, as well as food and drinks. Considered the most important festival in terms of re-concentrating El Salvador's wealth, it is part of a wide range of cultural events, from music and dance to food and music.

Carnaval de San Miguel tops the list as a week-long party during the last week of November that includes live music, heavy drinking and dancing.

This winter festival is held at the headquarters of the FMLN, which still houses a revolutionary museum to celebrate the signing of the peace agreements. The festival is associated with many activities and usually takes place in the last week of November in the capital of El Salvador.

Depending on how you feel about the crowds, you may want to schedule your trip or avoid the festival. Demonstrations, sit-ins and protest marches take place in Plaza Salvador del Mundo, where most of the protests and marches begin and end. Field trials are being conducted in several areas of El Salvador, including the city centre, the capital San Salvador and the countryside.

On 1 February 1979, 14 government soldiers and two civilians were killed in a bomb attack. The US-trained and initially poorly trained Salvadoran armed forces were also involved in repression and indiscriminate killings, the most notorious of which was the El Mozote massacre in December 1981. U-2-funded, U-2-sponsored death squads carried out a series of bombings and massacres in El Salvador's capital, San Salvador, killing more than 1,000 people. Dozens of reports of violence in El Salvador and visit mass graves and the site of one of the country's largest mass graves.

On 10 October 1980, the Salvadoran National Liberation Front (Frente para la Libertad Democratica, or FMLN), which was founded as a military component of FDR, rebelled against the government. The four-day war is also known as the "football war," because it began with a soccer match between El Salvador and Honduras.

The FMLN emerged strengthened from the war won in 1997 by the parliamentary and municipal elections in which it won the mayoralty of San Salvador. She gained political ground by winning a majority of seats in the US House of Representatives and Senate in 1997, and by creating her own political party, the National Liberation Front (Frente para la Libertad Democratica).

After the signing of the peace agreements, the Museum of the Word and Image was established to preserve the cultural and historical heritage of Salvador through exhibitions and audiovisual productions that travel to El Salvador and other countries. For more than 20 years it has been a museum of cultural, historical and cultural heritage in San Salvador. The museum has the largest collection of historical images in the world and the most comprehensive collection on the art and cultural history of Central America. It is called El Faro Lighthouse, after the famous lighthouse of El Fero, one of the most famous landmarks of Salvador.

In 2015, El Salvador developed a partnership with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (INL) to focus on local violence prevention. In the same geographical area as PESS, INL's foreign aid is aimed at preventing violence against women and children, as well as education, health, education and health care. It first declared a state of emergency in March 2016, then extended it to crime fighting in April 2016 and to implementing its 2018 plan in May 2016.

In a military coup on December 2, 1931, President Araujo was deposed and General Maximiliano Hernandez Martinez took over the government until December 10, 1931. General Menendez was deposed in a military coup on 22 October 1944 and Colonel Osmin Aguirre Salinas took control of the government until 23 October 1943. In another military coup, General Menendez and Lieutenant General Jose Manuel de la Torre were deposed by General Menendez on 14 November 1945 and 20 October 1946.

In opposition, the Partido Nacional (PN) elected a president on 13 and 15 January 1935 and General Salvador Castaneda Castro was sworn in as president on 1 March 1945. In contrast, he was elected President on 16 January 1945 and sworn in on 29 April 1946. Against the opposition: The Partidos Conciliacion NACional, or PCN for short, elected the president on 28 April 1962 and President Fidel Castro on 3 May 1963.

On 31 March 1993, UN Special Envoy Iqbal Riza resigned and on 1 April 1993 Augusto Ramirez Ocampo from Colombia was appointed UN Special Representative for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Central African Republic (CAR).

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