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En unión y libertad

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En unión y libertad

En unión y libertad (Spanish for "in unity and freedom") is Argentina's national motto.[1][2] It appeared for the first time on the earliest Argentine gold and silver coins, as established by the 1813 General Assembly[3] during the War of Independence of the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata from the Spanish Empire. It can be seen in all peso coins and banknotes currently in circulation.


  1. ^ Pezzano, Luciano. "En unión y libertad" [In unity and freedom] (PDF). Centro Filatélico y Numismático San Francisco (in Spanish). p. 1. Retrieved 3 January 2014. El objeto de este estudio es la divisa "En Unión y Libertad", auténtico lema nacional ... 
  2. ^ Fernández, Sebastián Martín. "La cultura como factor de un poder de estado" [Culture as a factor of a state power] (PDF). Centro Argentino de Estudios Internacionales (in Spanish). p. 17. Retrieved 3 January 2014. El lema de la Argentina es desde la Asamblea del Año XIII "En Unión y Libertad". 
  3. ^ "Asamblea General Constituyente. Sesión del 12 de Marzo de 1813" [General Constituent Assembly. Session of March 12, 1813]. Ministerio de Educación de la Nación (in Spanish). Retrieved 3 January 2014. ... por el reverso un Sol que ocupe todo el centro, y alrededor la inscripción siguiente: En Unión y Libertad ... 
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