200 Mexican peso note & bill

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200 Mexican peso Front

 

200 Mexican peso the front is Bell, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, José María Morelos y Pavón
200 Mexican peso the front is Bell, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, José María Morelos y Pavón

The banknote’s obverse is a representation of the beginning of Mexico’s War of Independence, with the image of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a priest who, on September 16, 1810, called upon the population through what is popularly known as “el grito de Dolores” (Cry of Dolores) and started the independence movement; and, the image of José María Morelos y Pavón, who assumed the leadership of the independent movement after the death of Hidalgo and is known as the “Siervo de la Nación” (Servant of the Nation). The images of Hidalgo and Morelos appear along with a vignette representing the “Campana de Dolores” (Bell of Dolores), which was used to call upon the population and start the independence movement in Dolores, Hidalgo.

The predominant color on the banknote is green.

In circulation as of September 2, 2019.

200 Mexican peso Back

 

200 Mexican peso the back is Biosphere of El Pinacate and Gran Deserto de Altar (Sonora), eagle
200 Mexican peso the back is Biosphere of El Pinacate and Gran Deserto de Altar (Sonora), eagle

The image of a royal eagle on this side of the banknote represents Mexico’s scrubland and desert ecosystem found at the Pinacate and Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve in Sonora, designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Site.

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