A seriously cool Uruguay note featuring a seriously cool poet, looking pretty cool 😎 Juan Zorrilla de San Martín was a Catholic Uruguayan epic poet – he is referred to as the “National Poet of Uruguay” – and political figure! Two of his most famous poems are Tabaré (the national poem for Uruguayans) and La leyenda patria (The Fatherland Legend).
Also, did you know? The name Uruguay comes from the Uruguay River which means ‘river of the painted birds’ in the Guarani language. The river starts in Brazil and ends in the Rio de la Plata Basin which forms the water border between Uruguay and Argentina.
What a beautiful and colorful note to feature, check it out here!
Denomination: 20 Pesos
Pick #: 93
Other Info: Banco Central Del Uruguay – Series G
Depictions: Juan Zorrilla de San Martin; Quill Pen, Inkwell and Parchment paper; Manuscript with writing; Allegory of the legend of the homeland (victory with wings)
Note Size: 6 1/4″ x 2 3/4″
Continent: South America
Watermark: Number 20