Nejapa is a municipality in the city of San Salvador. The people of this region are known as Nejapenses. The city has well-recognized traditions “Balls of Fire” or “Balls of Fire”, which falls on August 31 of each year. There are two known sources of tradition, a historical and a religious. The religious coping is that “San Jeronimo” was fighting the devil with balls of fire. Others believe in the historical version which tells of a volcanic eruption forced the inhabitants of the ancient town of Nejapa to run for his life and take root in the current location of Nejapa.
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