SummaryThe National emblem of El Salvador.
FIVE FLAGS: Five fraternal Central American countries (El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica), BLUE STRIPE ON THE FLAGS: The sea and the sky, WHITE STRIP ON THE FLAGS: Peace, FOURTEEN LAUREL LEAVES: Fourteen Departments (or States) of the Republic of El Salvador, PHRYGIAN CAP: The cap of liberty, FIVE VOLCANOS Represent the Central American Isthmus which represent the five nations in the isthmus, washed by the two oceans, OCEANS: Pacific and Atlantic oceans, EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE: Equality of individuals. The three Branches of the Republic (Executive, Legislative and Judicial), RAINBOW: Hope, GOD, UNION AND LIBERTY: The Republic of El Salvador is based on this principle, BOW (KNOT): Unity, SEPTEMBER 15, 1821: Day of Independence of the Republic of El Salvador.
El Salvador is the smallest, most densely populated country in Central America. The population of Salvadorans in the United States increased dramatically during the late 1970s and early 1980s in response to the repression and violence associated with the onset of civil war. Approximately 1.5 million Salvadorans now live and work in the United States.
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