|The value||20 песо|
|Description||Серия и номер банкноты могут отличаться от представленной на фото|
Polymer banknote of 20 pesos 2013 - Mexico - World Paper Money P-122n.2 - UNC. Series - 2004-2016 Issue.
Obverse side: President Benito Juarez (1806 - 1872), book and scales.
Benito Pablo juárez garcía (Spanish Benito Pablo Juarez Garcia; 21 March 1806 — 18 July 1872) is a Mexican politician and statesman, national hero of Mexico. Was known as the "Mexican George Washington" the father and Builder of modern Mexico, defended the independence of the country and to implement important progressive and anticlerical reforms.
Verso: Panoramic view of the archaeological zone of Monte Alban in Oaxaca; earring found in tomb number 7; mask of the God of rain and thunder.
Monte Alban (Monte Alban in Spanish) is a large docolomansky settlement in the Southeast of Mexico, in the state of Oaxaca. Civil-ceremonial center of Monte Alban is situated atop an artificially leveled hill at an altitude of about 1940 m above sea level (400 meters from the valley floor). In addition the centre along the whole range and its spurs there are several hundred artificial terraces and surrounded by dozens of mounds of buildings. Located next to ruins on the hills Atzompa and El Gallo to the North is also considered part of this ancient city.
Monte Alban is the first city in Mesoamerica, and for nearly a thousand years played a significant role as socio-political and economic center of the Zapotec civilization. Monte Alban was founded at the end of the Middle preclassic period around 500 BC and 100 BC — 200 ad it was already the capital of a major expansionist state, which ruled for the most part Faxcore highlands and interacted with other States in the region, for example, located North of Teotihuacan. The city lost its political importance by the end of the Classic period (approximately 500-750 ad), and then was practically deserted.
Casiho-Pitau (Zapotec "cocijo" - lightning) - God of rain and lightning, who played in Zapotec mythology, the most important role. In Zapotec myth, he is also the Creator of the heavenly bodies, seasons, mountains and rivers, plants and animals, and day and night is the inhalation and exhalation Casiho. Zapotec art Casiho-Pitao represented with a zoomorphic face with a wide, blunt snout and a long forked tongue is serpentine. His image is often decorated ceramics. Often the headdress of the God was portrayed as a symbolic sign of water.
Watermark: Portrait of Benito Juarez. Emission center: Bank of Mexico. The legend "Banco de Mexico; Veinte Pesos." Signature: Agustin Guillermo Carstens Carstens & Alejandro Alegre Rabiela.
Front: President Don Benito Juarez Garcia (1806 – 1872); balancing scale which symbolizes equilibrium and justice; book, which represents the reform laws enacted in 1859; Back: Panoramic view of the archeological zone of Monte Alban (built by the Zapotec culture) in the state of Oaxaca; earring found in tomb number 7; mask of the God of Rain and Thunder (Cocijo, the main Zapotec god); Watermark: Portrait of Benito Juarez.