500 Mexican peso note & bill

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500 Mexican peso Front

 

500 Mexican peso the front is Benito Juárez entering Mexico City; Benito Juárez
500 Mexican peso the front is Benito Juárez entering Mexico City; Benito Juárez

The image, which represents the Liberal Reform and the Restoration of the Republic, is depicted with an image of President Benito Juárez (1806-1972), who issued the Laws of Reform with the support of radical liberals. Because of his defense of human liberties, an example for other Latin American countries, Benito Juárez was proclaimed “Benemérito de las Américas” (Distinguished Hero of the Americas).

The figure of Benito Juárez is accompanied by a representation of his triumphal entrance to Mexico City on July 15, 1867, and symbolizes the victory of the Liberal Reform, the separation of Church and State, and of the basic principle of equality before the Law.

The predominant colors on the banknote is blue.

In circulation as of August 27, 2018.

500 Mexican peso Back

 

500 Mexican peso the back is Biosphere of El Vizcaíno (Baja California Sur), whales
500 Mexican peso the back is Biosphere of El Vizcaíno (Baja California Sur), whales

The image, which represents Mexico’s coastline, sea and island ecosystems, is depicted with a gray whale and her calf in El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, Baja California, designated by UNESCO as natural heritage of mankind.

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