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El Salvador "the Savior," was named by Spanish conquistadors.
Guanaco, a type of bird, is a slightly derogative nickname used by other Central Americans and some Salvadorans. El Salvador is a country of 8,260 square miles (21,040 square kilometers) in Central America, between Guatemala and Honduras.
In 1823, José Manuel Arce's army was defeated by the Mexicans.
However, in February of that year, a revolution in Mexico ousted the emperor, and a new congress granted independence to the Central American provinces.
The economy is still controlled by a wealthy landowning caste (1 percent of the population still owns 40 percent of the arable land).
When that federation dissolved in 1838, El Salvador became an independent republic.
The indigenous peoples were exploited and mistreated.
Independence from Spain (1821) was sought by criollos who were inspired by the American and French revolutions.
Conservative political parties use blue in their banners; a liberal party, the Farabunda Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), uses red and centralist parties use blue or green.
During the civil war, both sides sang the national hymn. Before the Spanish conquest, the area that is now El Salvador was made up of two large Indian states and several principalities. Spain's first attempt to conquer the area failed as the Pipil forced Spanish troops to retreat.