The cultural landscape of El Salvador is a vibrant fusion of indigenous, European, and contemporary influences. The country's history is marked by the ancient Mayan civilization, Spanish colonization, and subsequent waves of immigration. This blend of cultures has shaped El Salvador's traditions, customs, language, cuisine, and arts.
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Archaeological Sites in El Salvador
Joya de Cerén is an archaeological site located in the Department of La Libertad, El Salvador. The site contains the remains of a pre-Hispanic farming village that was covered by a volcanic eruption in the seventh century AD. It is often referred to as the "Pompeii of the Americas."