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Coffee grown in the mountains and cane grown on the coast provide the rural population with paid labor; in the central valleys, corn and beans are grown for private consumption and for sale.

Most industry is in the center, where the capital, San Salvador, is located.

Under them were the criollos , Spaniards born in the Americas.

The mestizos were people of mixed Spanish and indigenous descent, who had some rights but could not hold private property.

The encomienda system obliged Indians to work for the Spanish in order to pay a large tax.

At the top of the colonial hierarchy were the Peninsulares , Spaniards born in Spain.

Other large cities include San Miguel in the east and Santa Ana in the west. In 1999 the population was estimated to be 5,839,079, making El Salvador one of the most densely populated countries in the Western Hemisphere.

In the center is a coat of arms inscribed "1821," the year of independence.

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.

Mountains separate the country into the southern coastal belt, the central valleys and plateaus, and the northern mountains.

These regions have created slight cultural variations because of the different crops grown in each one.

In the center is a coat of arms inscribed "1821," the year of independence.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.Mountains separate the country into the southern coastal belt, the central valleys and plateaus, and the northern mountains.These regions have created slight cultural variations because of the different crops grown in each one.Salvadorans in the United States often have plaques that contain the flag, as a symbol of national pride.