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1577 - 1612 Cartagena Cathedral, Colombia
1537 Muisca Houses Columbia
1662 - 8 6 San Nicolás el Magno CoCathedral
1717 Spanish establish viceroyalty of New Granada in South America
1815 - 6 1 Spanish reconquest of New Granada part of Spanish American wars of independence. Columbia. Monarchy of Spain vs United Provinces of New Granada
Republic of Colombia
1819 - 31
12
@ Santa Fe de Bogotá
Spanish
Roman Catholic
Republic
1819 - 30 11 Simón Bolívar
1819 - 20 1 Bolívars campaign to liberate New Granada part of Spanish American wars of independence United Provinces of New Granada Monarchy of Spain
1830 Domingo Caycedo
1830 - 1 1 Joaquín Mosquera
1831 Domingo Caycedo
Republic of Colombia
1819 - Present
192
@ Bogotá
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
1828 - 9 1 Gran Colombia Peru War Gran Colombia Peru
1899 - 1902 3 Thousand Days War Colombian Conservative Party Colombian Liberal Party
1810s - 20s 10 Most of Latin American colonies free themselves from Spanish and Portuguese Empires after Latin American wars of independence.
1830 Greater Colombia dissolved and nations of Colombia (including modernday Panama), Ecuador, and Venezuela took its place.
1898 - 1902 4 One Thousand Days war in Colombia breaks out between "Liberales" and "Conservadores", culminating with loss of Panama in 1903.
1807 - 23 Primary Cathedral of Bogotá
Republic of Colombia
1819 - Present
192
@ Bogotá
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
1997 Omar Ibn AlKhattab Mosque columbia
 
1666 - 74 Caracas Cathedral
 
1811 - 23 12 Venezuelan War of Independence part of Spanish American wars of independence Venezuela Gran Colombia Foreign volunteers: British and Irish Volunteers Monarchy of Spain
Bolivarian
Republic of Venezuela

1830 - Present
181
@ Caracas
Spanish
Federal Presidential Republic
1859 - 63 4 Federal War Venezuelan Federalists vs Venezuelan Centralists
1783 - 1830 47 Simón Bolívar Venezualan
1750 - 1816 46 Francisco de Miranda Venezuela
1795 - 1830 35 Antonio José de Sucre Venezuelan
Bolivarian
Republic of Venezuela

1830 - Present
181
@ Caracas
Spanish
Federal Presidential Republic
1993 Sheikh Ibrahim AlIbrahim Mosque Venezuela
     
British Guiana
1814 - 1966
152
@ Georgetown
English
Monarchy. Colony
1892 - 9 7 St. Georges Anglican Cathedral
1892 9 St. Georges Anglican Cathedral
British Guiana
1814 - 1966
152
@ Georgetown
English
Monarchy. Colony
Cooperative
Republic of Guyana

1970 - Present
41
@ Georgetown
English, Portuguese, Hindi, Spanish, Akawaio, Macushi, Wai Wai, Arawak, Patamona, Warrau, Carib, Wapishiana, Arekuna
Unitary SemiPresidential Republic
 
Dutch Guiana
1600 - 1975
375
@ Paramaribo
Dutch, Sranan Tongo, Hindi, Urdu, English, Sarnami, Javanese, Malay[citation needed], Bhojpuri, Hakka, Cantonese[citation needed] , Saramaccan, Paramaccan, Ndyuka, Kwinti, Matawai, Cariban, Arawakan Kalina
Dutch Guiana
1600 - 1975
375
@ Paramaribo
Dutch, Sranan Tongo, Hindi, Urdu, English, Sarnami, Javanese, Malay[citation needed], Bhojpuri, Hakka, Cantonese[citation needed] , Saramaccan, Paramaccan, Ndyuka, Kwinti, Matawai, Cariban, Arawakan Kalina
Dutch Guiana
1600 - 1975
375
@ Paramaribo
Dutch, Sranan Tongo, Hindi, Urdu, English, Sarnami, Javanese, Malay[citation needed], Bhojpuri, Hakka, Cantonese[citation needed] , Saramaccan, Paramaccan, Ndyuka, Kwinti, Matawai, Cariban, Arawakan Kalina
Republic of Suriname
1975 - Paramaribo
36
@ Paramaribo
Dutch, Sranan Tongo, Hindi, Urdu, English, Sarnami, Javanese, Malay[citation needed], Bhojpuri, Hakka, Cantonese[citation needed] , Saramaccan, Paramaccan, Ndyuka, Kwinti, Matawai, Cariban, Arawakan Kalina
Constititional Democracy
Surinamese Dollar
   
French Guiana
1763 - Present
248
@ Cayenne
Colony
French Guiana
1763 - Present
248
@ Cayenne
Colony
French Guiana
1763 - Present
248
@ Cayenne
Colony
Royal Audience of Quito
1563 - 1822
259
@ Quito
Spanish
Audiencia in Spanish Empire
1562 - 7 5 Quito Cathedral
Royal Audience of Quito
1563 - 1822
259
@ Quito
Spanish
Audiencia in Spanish Empire
Royal Audience of Quito
1563 - 1822
259
@ Quito
Spanish
Audiencia in Spanish Empire
Republic of Colombia
1819 - 31
12
@ Columbia
Republic of Ecuador
1830 - Present
181
@ Quito
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
1820 - 2 2 Ecuadorian War of Independence part of Spanish American wars of independence Independentist Armies Monarchy of Spain
1857 - 60 3 Ecuador vs Peru territorial war
1863 Ecuador vs Colombia War United States of Colombia Ecuador
1885 - 1975 Cuenca Cathedral
Republic of Ecuador
1830 - Present
181
@ Quito
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
1924 37 Guayaquil Metropolitan Cathedral
Incan Empire
1438 - 1532
94
Cuzco
1529 - 32 3 Inca Civil War Inca Empire Tumebamba Tumipampa Northern Inca Empire
Viceroyalty of Peru
1542 - 1821
778
@ Lima
Cuzco (1821 - 4 3)
Roman Catholic
Official: Spanish (de facto); common: Quechua, Kichwa, Aymara, Puquina.
Monarchy
Peso, Spanish Royal
1572 History of Incas by Sarmiento de Gamboa, Pedro 1532–1592 73,650 K
1531 - 72 41 Spanish conquest of Inca Empire. Peru. Spain vs Incan Empire.
1536 Expedition to Peruvian Amazon lost
1532 Atahuallpa defeats Huascar
1532 Spaniards, led by Francisco Pizarro, capture Atahuallpa
1533 Conquest of Incas
Royal Hunt of Sun 1969
1531 Inca Civil War is fought between two brothers, Atahualpa and Huáscar.

Viceroyalty of Peru
1542 - 1821
778
@ Lima
Cuzco (1821 - 4 3)
Roman Catholic
Official: Spanish (de facto); common: Quechua, Kichwa, Aymara, Puquina.
Monarchy
Peso, Spanish Royal
Viceroyalty of Peru
1542 - 1821
778
@ Lima
Cuzco (1821 - 4)
Roman Catholic
Official: Spanish (de facto); common: Quechua, Kichwa, Aymara, Puquina.
Monarchy
Peso, Spanish Royal
1742 - 81 39 Túpac Amaru 2, Peruvian revolutionary
1736 Europeans discovered rubber – discovery was made by CharlesMarie de la Condamine while on expedition in South America. It was named in 1770 by Joseph Priestly
1747 - 95 48 Eugenio Espejo, Ecuadorian scientist
1788 - 9 1 Inconfidência Mineira, conspiracy against colonial authorities in Brazil.
1780 Outbreak of indigenous rebellion led by Túpac Amaru II in Peru.
Viceroyalty of Peru
1542 - 1821
778
@ Lima
Cuzco (1821 - 4)
Roman Catholic
Official: Spanish (de facto); common: Quechua, Kichwa, Aymara, Puquina.
Monarchy
Peso, Spanish Royal
1821 Peru declares its independence from Spain.
Republic of Peru
1821 - Present 190
@ Lima
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
Nuevo Sol
1809 - 24 15 Peruvian War of Independence part of Spanish American wars of independence Peru Monarchy of Spain
1836 - 9 3 War of Confederation Chile North Peru Argentina PeruBolivian Confederation
1864 - 6 2 Chincha Islands War Peru Chile Ecuador Bolivia Spain
1821 Peru gains independence
1852 - 1909 58 Clorinda Matto de Turner Peruvian
1844 - 1918 74 Manuel González Prada Peru
1848 History of Conquest of Peru; with a preliminary view of civilization of Incas by Prescott, William Hickling 153,758 K
1858 History of Peru by Beebe, Henry S. 34,056 K
Republic of Peru
1821 - Present
190
@ Lima
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
Nuevo Sol
Viceroyalty of Brazil
1500 - 1815 315
@ Salvador (1549 - 1763 214)
Rio de Janeiro (1763 - 1815 52)
Portuguese
Roman Catholicism
Colony, Viceroyalty
Portuguese Real
1502 First reported African slaves in New World
1541 Amazon River is discovered and explored by Francisco de Orellana.
1552 Salvador Cathedral
1954 São Paulo Cathedral
1565 Estácio de Sá establishes Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
Viceroyalty of Brazil
1500 - 1815 315
@ Salvador (1549 - 1763 214)
Rio de Janeiro (1763 - 1815 52)
Portuguese
Roman Catholicism
Colony, Viceroyalty
Portuguese Real
1600s Jesuits in Brazil
Mission 1986
Viceroyalty of Brazil
1500 - 1815 315
@ Salvador (1549 - 1763 214)
Rio de Janeiro (1763 - 1815 52)
Portuguese
Roman Catholicism
Colony, Viceroyalty
Portuguese Real
1727 George 2 First coffee plantations in Brazil
1777 Treaty of San Idelfonso defines Spanish and Portugese borders around Brazil
Viceroyalty of Brazil
1500 - 1815 315
@ Salvador (1549 - 1763 214)
Rio de Janeiro (1763 - 1815 52)
Portuguese
Roman Catholicism
Colony, Viceroyalty
Portuguese Real
1817 Pernambucan Revolt Brazil
Empire of Brazil
1822 - 89
77
@ Rio de Janiero
Portuguese
Roman Catholicism
Constitutional Monarchy
Real
* Established when Portuguese Royal Family went into exile in Brazil after French occupation of Portugal.
1822 - 31 9 Pedro 1 of Portugal (1798 - 1834) 36
1821 - 5 4 Brazilian War of Independence Empire of Brazil Kingdom of Portugal
1825 - 8 3 Argentina Brazil War United Provinces of South America vs ThirtyThree Orientals Empire of Brazil
1831 89 58 Pedro 2
1835 - 45 10 War of Farrapos War of Tatters Empire of Brazil Rio grandense Republic Juliana Republic
1848 - 52 4 Praieira revolt Brazil
1851 - 2 1 Platine War War against Oribe and Rosas Empire of Brazil Uruguay Entre Ríos Corrientes Argentine Confederation Blancos
1855 - 67 12 Punti Vs Hakka Clan Wars Brazil
1864 - 70 6 War of Triple Alliance Paraguay War Uruguay Argentina Empire of Brazil Paraguay
1888 Slavery ends in Brazil. (Last country to end slavery)
Xica 1978
Republic of
United States of Brazil

1889 - 1930
41
@ Rio de Janiero
Portuguese
Republic, Constitutional Democracy, Rule of Coronels
Real
1891 Deodoro da Fonseca
1891 - 4 3 Floriano Peixoto
1894 - 8 4 Prudente de Morais
1898 - 1902 4 Campos Sales
1839 - 1908 69 Machado de Assis Brazil
Republic of
United States of Brazil

1889 - 1930
41
@ Rio de Janiero
Portuguese
Republic, Constitutional Democracy, Rule of Coronels
Real
1898 - 1902 4 Campos Sales
1902 - 6 4 Rodrigues Alves
1906 - 9 3 Afonso Pena
1909 - 10 1 Nilo Peçanha
1910 - 4 4 Hermes da Fonseca
1914 - 8 4 Venceslau Brás
1918 Rodrigues Alves Never took office
1919 Delfim Moreira
1919 - 22 3 Epitácio Pessoa
1922 - 6 4 Artur Bernardes
1916 - 30 4 Washington Luís
1930 Júlio Prestes Never took office
Republic of United States of Brazil Vargas Era
1930 - 46 16
@ Rio de Janiero
Portuguese
Republic, Dictatorship
1930 - 45 15 Getúlio Vargas
1945 - 6 1 José Linhares
1944 Gothic Line. Italy UK, USA, India, Canada, Poland, New Zealand, South Africa, Brazil, Italian Resistance, Greece 40 VS Germany, Italy
1944 - 5 Battle of Monte Castello. Italy Brazil 1Div #443, USA 1Div VS Germany 1Div 9 1.5+
1945 Spring Offensive in Italy. UK 633, USA 267, Poland, India, Brazil, New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, + 900 16.3 VS Germany, Italy 394 302
Decisive Allied victory German surrender in Italy Execution of Benito Mussolini Italian Social Republic disestablished
1945 Battle of Collecchio. Italy Brazil 2Reg, USA 1TBat, Italian Partisan 1Brig VS Germany, Italy 1Div 15
1939 - 45 6 Battle of Atlantic. Atlantic Ocean, North Sea, Irish Sea, Labrador Sea, Gulf of St. Lawrence, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, Outer Banks, Arctic Ocean UK, Canada, USA (415 4), Newfoundland, Norway, Poland, Free French (405 5), Belgium, Brazil (425 3), Netherlands, France (3940) 36.2SaX 32MSX 3.5M 175W 3.7 VS Germany, Italy (403 3) 30SaX 783Sub
1939 Battle of River Plate. Atlantic Ocean, North Sea, Irish Sea, Labrador Sea, Gulf of St. Lawrence, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, Outer Banks, Arctic Ocean UK, Canada, USA (415 4), Newfoundland, Norway, Poland, Free French (405 5), Belgium, Brazil (425 3), Netherlands, France (3940) HC BD 2LC 2D 3D 72X 28WVS Germany, Italy (403 3)1PB Sc 30X 60W
1942 Action of 6 June. Off Recife, Brazil Germany 1AuC 1D 2W VS USA 1Ca 1 17X 14W 37C
Republic of
United States of Brazil

1946 - 64
18
@ Rio de Janeiro (until 1960)
Brasilia (after 1960)
Portuguese
Republic,
Presidencialism Republic (until 1961 / after 1963),
Parliamentary republic (19611963)
1946 - 51 5 Gaspar Dutra
1951 - 4 3 Getúlio Vargas
1954 - 6 2 Café Filho
1955 Carlos Luz
1955 - 6 1 Nereu Remos
1956 - 61 5 Juscelino Kubitschek
1961 Jânio Quadros
1961 Ranieri Mazzilli
1961 - 4 3 João Goulart
Federative Republic of Brazil
21
@ Brasilia
Portuguese
Republic,
Twoparty system,
Military dictatorship
1964 - 7 3 Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco
1964 - 79 Rio de Janeiro Cathedral
1967 - 9 2 Artur da Costa e Silva
1969 - 74 5 Emílio Garrastazu Médici
1970 Brasília Cathedral
1972 Maringá Cathedral
1974 - 9 5 Ernesto Geisel
1979 - 85 6 João Figueiredo
Federative Republic of Brazil
1985 - Present
26
@ Brasília
Portuguese
Federal Presidential Constitutional Republic
Real
1985 - 90 5 José Sarney
1990 - 2 2 Fernando Callor
1995 - 2002 7 Fernando Henrique Cardoso
2003 - 10 7 Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
2011 - Present 1 Dilma Rousseff woman
     
1809 - 25 16 Bolivian War of Independence part of Spanish American wars of independence Bolivia Spain
Plurinational State of Bolivia
1825 - Present
186
@ Sucre, La Paz
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara,
34 others
Boliviano
Plurinational State of Bolivia
1825 - Present
186
@ Sucre, La Paz
Spanish, Quechua, Aymara,
34 others
Boliviano
1541 Pedro de Valdivia founds Santiago de Chile.
1500s Parish church of village of Nirivilo Roman Catholic Diocese of Linares
   
@ Santiago
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
1810 - 26 16 Chilean War of Independence part of Spanish American wars of independence Chile Argentina Monarchy of Spain Mapuches allies
1829 Chilean Civil War
1879 - 84 5 War of Pacific Republic of Chile Republic of Peru Republic of Bolivia
1891 Chilean Civil War Congressist Junta Navy of Chile Republic of Chile Army of Chile
1861 - 83 22 Occupation of Araucanía Chile Araucanía
1778 - 1842 64 Bernardo OHiggins Chilean
1879 - 83 4 Chile battles with Peru and Bolivia over Andean territory in War of Pacific.
@ Santiago
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
1973 Coup in Chile
Missing 1982
1973 Chilean Fascism
Of Love and Shadows 1994

1500s Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral
 
Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata
1776 - 1814
38
@
Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata
Spanish
Roman Catholic
Monarchy
Real
Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata
1776 - 1814
38
@
Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata
Spanish
Roman Catholic
Monarchy
Real
1806 - 7 1 British invasions of Río de la Plata
1810 - 8 8 Argentine War of Independence part of Spanish American wars of independence Argentina Chile Monarchy of Spain
United Provinces of
Río de la Plata

1810 - 31
21
@ Buenos Aires
(1810 - 1820)
(1826 - 1827)
Spanish
Christianity
Republic
Real (since 1813)
Sol (since 1815)
Peso Fuerte (since 1826)
Supreme Directors 1814 - 20 6
1814 - 5 1 Gervasio Antonio de Posadas
1815 Carlos María de Alvear
1815 Juan José Viamonte
1815 José Rondeau
1815 - 6 1 Ignacio Álvarez Thomas
1816 Antonio González de Balcarce
1816 - 9 3 Juan Martín de Pueyrredón
1819 - 20 1 José Rondeau
1820 Juan Pedro Aguirre
Argentine Republic
1816 - Present
195
@ Buenos Aires
Spanish
Federal representative presidential republic
Peso
Presidents 1854 - Present 158
Federal

1854 - 60 6 Justo José de Urquiza (1801 - 70 69)
1860 - 1 1 Santiago Derqui
(1809 - 67 58)
1861 Juan Esteban Pedernera
(1796 - 1886 90)

Liberal

1861 - 8 7 Bartolomé Mitre
(1821 - 1906 85)
1868 - 71 3 Domingo Faustino Sarmiento (1811 - 88 77)

PN

1874 - 80 6 Nicolás Avellaneda
(1837 - 85 48)

PAN

1880 - 6 6 Julio Argentino Roca
(1843 - 1914 71)

PANPN

1886 - 90 4 Miguel Juárez Celman (1844 - 1909 65)

PAN 1890 - 1910 20

1890 - 2 2 Carlos Pellegrini
(1846 - 1906 60)
1892 - 5 3 Luis Sáenz Peña
(1822 - 1907 85)
1895 - 8 3 José Evaristo Uriburu
(1831 - 1914 83)
1898 - 1904 6 Julio Argentino Roca (1843 - 1914 71)

1818 - 92 74 Juana Manuela Gorriti Argentina
1778 - 1850 72 José de San Martín Argentine
1770 - 1820 50 Manuel Belgrano Argentine
1778 - 1811 33 Mariano Moreno Argentine
1887 Basilica Shrine of Our Lady of Rosary Cathedral
1898 San Isidro Cathedral
Argentine Republic
1816 - Present
195
@ Buenos Aires
Spanish
Federal representative presidential republic
Peso
PAN 1890 - 1910 20
1898 - 1904 6 Julio Argentino Roca (1843 - 1914 71)
1902 La Plata Cathedral
1904 - 6 2 Manuel Quintana
(1835 1906 71)
1906 - 10 4 José Figueroa Alcorta (1860 - 1931 71)
PANmod 1910 - 14 4
1910 - 14 4 Roque Sáenz Peña
(1851 - 1914 63)
PAN 1914 - 6 2
1914 - 6 2 Victorino de la Plaza
(1840 - 1919 79)
UCR 1916 - 30 14
1916 - 22 6 Hipólito Yrigoyen
(1852 - 1933 81)
1922 - 8 6 Marcelo Torcuato de Alvear (1868 - 1942 74)
1928 - 30 2 Hipólito Yrigoyen
(1852 - 1933 81)
Military - 1930 2 2
1930 - 2 2 José Félix Uriburu
(1868 - 1932 64)
Concordancia 1932 - 8 6
1932 - 8 6 Agustín Pedro Justo
(1876 - 1943 67)
UCRA - Concordancia
1938 - 42 4
1938 - 42 4 Roberto María Ortiz
(1886 - 1942 56)
PDN Concordancia 1942 - 3 1
1942 - 3 1 Ramón Castillo
(1873 - 1944 71)
Military 1943 - 6 3
1943 Arturo Rawson
(1885 - 1952 67)
1943 - 4 1 Pedro Pablo Ramírez
(1884 - 1962 78)
1944 - 6 2 Edelmiro Julián Farrell
(1887 - 1980 93)
Labour 1946 - 52 6
1946 - 52 6 Juan Domingo Perón
(1895 - 1974 79)
PJ 1952 - 55 3
1946 - 52 6 Juan Domingo Perón
(1895 - 1974 79)
Military 1955 - 8 3
1955 Eduardo Lonardi
(1896 - 1956 60)
1955 - 8 3 Pedro Eugenio Aramburu (1903 70 67)
UCRI 1958 - 66 8
1958 - 62 4 Arturo Frondizi
(1908 95 87)
1962 - 3 1 José María Guido
(1910 - 75 65)
1963 - 6 3 Arturo Umberto Illia
(1900 - 83 83)
Military 1966 - 73 7
1966 - 70 4 Juan Carlos Onganía
(1914 - 95 81)
1970 - 1 1 Roberto M. Levingston
(born 1920)
1971 - 3 2 Alejandro A. Lanusse
(1918 - 96 78)
FJL 1973
1973 Héctor José Cámpora
(1909 - 80 71)
1973 Raúl Alberto Lastiri
(1915 - 78 63)
FJL PJ 1973 6 3
1973 - 4 1 Juan Domingo Perón
(1895 - 1974 79)
1974 - 6 2 Isabel Martínez de Perón (born 1931)
1976 Fascist coup
Miss Mary 1986
Evita 1996
Funny Dirty Little War
Official Story 1985
Carlas Song 1997
Military 1976 - 83 7
1976 - 81 5 Jorge Rafael Videla
(born 1925)
1981 Roberto Eduardo Viola
(1924 - 94 70)
1981 - 2 1 Leopoldo Galtieri
(1926 - 2003 77)
1982 Falkland war
1982 - 3 1 Reynaldo Bignone
(born 1928)
UCR 1983 - 9 6
1983 - 9 6 Raúl Alfonsín
(1927 - 2009 82)
PJ 1989 - 99 10
1989 - 99 10 Carlos Menem
(born 1930)
UCR – Alianza 1999 - 2001 2
1999 - 2001 2 Fernando de la Rúa (born 1937)
PJ 2001 - 3 2
2001 Adolfo Rodríguez Saá
(born 1947)
2002 - 3 1 Eduardo Duhalde
(born 1941)
FPV - PJ 2003 - Present 9
2003 - 7 4 Néstor Kirchner
(1950 2010 60)
2007 - Present 5 Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (born 1953)
2006 King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center Mosque argentina
     
Republic of Paraguay
1811 - Present
200
@ Asunción
Spanish, Guaran
Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic
Guarani
1811 Paraguayan Revolt Paraguay Viceroyalty of Peru
1864 - 70 6 War of Triple Alliance ends Paraguayan ambitions for expansion and destroys much of Paraguayan population.
Republic of Paraguay
1811 - Present
200
@ Asunción
Spanish, Guaran
Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic
Guarani

   
1726 Spanish found Montevideo in order to prevent Portugese expansion
1724 - 1804 80 Montevideo Metropolitan Cathedral
1811 Banda Oriental Occupation part of Spanish American wars of independence. Uruguay. Forces of José Gervasio Artigas vs Monarchy of Spain
Oriental Republic of Uruguay
1825 - Present
186
@ Montevideo
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
Peso
1839 - 51 12 Uruguayan Civil War Colorados Argintine Unitarians Kingdom of French Riograndense Republic British Empire Empire of Brazil Italian Legion Blancos Argentine Confederation
1864 - 5 1 Uruguayan War Empire of Brazil vs Colorados Uruguay
1764 - 1850 86 José Gervasio Artigas Uruguay
Oriental Republic of Uruguay
1825 - Present
186
@ Montevideo
Spanish
Unitary Presidential Republic
Peso