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San Salvador prepares for the return of the Central American and Caribbean Fire

The Central American and Caribbean Fire continues its final journey to the country’s capital when, on Friday, June 23, it enters the Estadio Nacional Jorge “El Mágico” González and lights the cauldron to inaugurate the XXIV Central American and Caribbean Games San Salvador 2023.

This Tuesday, the fire departed from the municipality of Zacatecoluca and traveled through the municipalities of San Juan Nonualco, San Rafael Obrajuelo, Santiago Nonualco, El Rosario, Olocuilta, Antiguo Cuscatlán, and, finally, Santa Tecla, where it will spend the night, just three days before the start of the oldest regional sports competition in the world.

This Tuesday, the fire departed from the municipality of Zacatecoluca and traveled through the municipalities of San Juan Nonualco, San Rafael Obrajuelo, Santiago Nonualco, El Rosario, Olocuilta, Antiguo Cuscatlán, and, finally, Santa Tecla, where it will spend the night, just three days before the start of the oldest regional sports competition in the world.

Since its arrival on June 6, the Central American and Caribbean Fire has carried the illusion of the games throughout the 14 departments of the country, where thousands of drivers, passers-by, students, and inhabitants of the municipalities visited have been able to appreciate the symbol of the Olympics through this fire.

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