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100 Peruvian sol Front

 

100 Peruvian sol the front is  Jorge Basadre Grohmann
100 Peruvian sol the front is Jorge Basadre Grohmann

The main feature is the portrait of Jorge Basadre Grohmann, historian.

Jorge Basadre Grohmann (February 12, 1903 – June 29, 1980) was a Peruvian historian known for his extensive publications about the independent history of his country. He served during two different administrations as Minister of Education and was also director of the Peruvian National Library.

100 Peruvian sol Back

 

100 Peruvian sol the back is El Gran Pajatén archeological complex (Chjachapoya culture)
100 Peruvian sol the back is El Gran Pajatén archeological complex (Chjachapoya culture)

Gran Pajatén is an archaeological site located in the Andean cloud forests of Peru, on the border of the La Libertad region and the San Martín region, between the Marañon and Huallaga rivers. The archaeological site lies in the Rio Abiseo National Park, which was established in 1983.[1] The park was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Natural Site in 1990, and Cultural Site in 1992. In order to protect the fragile ruins and endangered environment, the archaeological site and the national park are currently not open to visitors without permits from Peru's Ministry of Agriculture and National Institute of Culture.

The related site of Los Pinchudos is located very near Gran Pajaten.

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