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El Salvador Independence Day commemorates El Salvador's liberation from Spanish rule. This day unites Salvadorans across the world in honoring their national heritage and pays tribute to the country's enduring spirit of resilience and determination.
Salvadoran independence was achieved in 1821, after a decisive proclamation by the city council of San Salvador. Although the region initially became part of the Mexican Empire, it subsequently secured complete sovereignty as part of the Federal Republic of Central America in 1823. The day honors this journey and the nation's founding fathers through various commemorative ceremonies across the country.
Major events of the day include the national flag raising at dawn, music presentations showcasing traditional Salvadoran bands, and colorful parades with marching bands and exciting dance routines. Students in traditional dress also perform recitations and speeches about the significance of independence. A torch relay dubbed as "The Fire of Central America", which involves carrying a torch from Guatemala to Costa Rica passing through El Salvador, takes place to reenact the news of independence spreading through Central America. El Salvador Independence Day is observed annually on September 15th.
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