El Salvador was originally the place where Indians lived. It became a Spanish colony in 1524; declared independence on September 15, 1821, and was forcibly incorporated into the Mexican First Empire in 1822; joined the Central American Federation after the collapse of the empire in 1823; the federation was disintegrated in 1838; the republic was established on February 18, 1841, In 1980, an armed conflict broke out in El Salvador. In 1992, the opposing parties signed a peace agreement to end the 12-year civil war. surf sport El Salvador’s domestic economy is dominated by agriculture, mainly producing coffee beans and cotton, and its industrial foundation is weak. El Salvador is a low- and middle-income country in
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