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date: 20 April 2024

Central American Countries. 

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The Oxford Encyclopedia Women in World History
Author(s):
Eugenia Rodríguez-SáenzEugenia Rodríguez-Sáenz

The countries of Central America gained independence from Spain in 1821 (comprising the modern-day nations of Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica). Later Panama became independent from Colombia in ... ...

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