20000 Chilean peso note & bill

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20000 Chilean peso Front

 

20000 Chilean peso the front is Andres Bello; National flower of Chile (Bellflower / Lapageria rosea / Copihue)
20000 Chilean peso the front is Andres Bello; National flower of Chile (Bellflower / Lapageria rosea / Copihue)

The author of this title is Andres Bello, the first president of the University of Chile, a senator, and the author of the principles of international law and our civil code.

The portrait chosen on the front is an oil painting by French painter Raymond mowasin, who is in the Santiago central building of the president's Hall of the University of Chile. At the bottom of the ticket, you can see a national flower with a watermark on the right. Ant ú is the Mapuche symbol for the sun, which is incorporated into the 3D belt, a safety device that runs vertically through the ticket and moves when the body is tilted.

On the other hand, it represents the landscape of helsal, located in the northern tip of Chile, in the areas of putre, Arica and parinacota. Its name comes from Quechua "Suri" (niandu) "niandu" The animals associated with the landscape are flamenco birds, which live in shallow freshwater or saltwater areas from tarapaka to Tierra del Fuego.

20000 Chilean peso Back

 

20000 Chilean peso the back is Monumento Salar de Surire (near Putre, Northern Chile), Flamingoes
20000 Chilean peso the back is Monumento Salar de Surire (near Putre, Northern Chile), Flamingoes

The ticket is the largest in the current series, 148 mm long and 70 mm wide. It is made of cotton, which is a kind of natural fiber with strong endurance and is specially used for paper money production.

The new note was officially issued on July 28, 2010 at the culturally attractive Bellavista courtyard in downtown San Diego. Jose de Gregorio, then the bank's president, visited a handicraft shop and used the note for the first time to buy a map of Chile carved out of copper.

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