When the three NMCD officials visited Izalco
, El Salvador, in 2008, seeing the poorly developed prison system first-hand proved to be a shocking, eye-opening experience for each of them.
In El Salvador, the Mayan and Pipil indigenous groups of Izalco
shared their ancestral blessings, dances and prayers, and the program provided a learning experience for 30 dance students of the National Dance School.
Fowler considers that cacao production in the Izalco
region of colonial El Salvador.
Earlier this month Colindres celebrated mass for some 1,400 MS-18 members being held at the Izalco
prison in Sonsonate, about 70 km west of San Salvador.
She also co-wrote the novel Cenizas de Izalco
What was I doing far from Izalco
far from my homeland?
Kane's team, known as Izalco
, had planned to send Kane ahead to begin in the next part of the competition, but the rules required each team to stay and participate together.
1966: Claribel and Darwin publish Cenizas de Izalco
(Ashes of Izalco
), their first novel written together.
One of the companies Bochenek had in mind was Coca-Cola, a major buyer from the country's largest sugar mill, Central Izalco
It was called Cernizas de Izalco
[Ashes of Izalco
] and re-created the massacre at Izalco
Instead of ashes and flame, Arabic calligraphy rises from the cone of El Salvador's Izalco
volcano, the famed lighthouse of the Pacific.
A SINGULAR WOMAN, Claribel Alegria was born for literature and has made literature a vital part of her life, from that day in high school in Santa Ana, El Salvador, when she chose, in a classroom assignment on the Izalco
volcano, to write about its mysteries and not about its height in meters, the volcano to which she would always return to read of the terrible burning landscape of El Salvador.