Central America's First Cry of Independence

Central America's First Cry of Independence (HM1JQA)

Location: San Salvador, San Salvador San Salvador
Country: El Salvador
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N 13° 41.844', W 89° 11.37'

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Primer Grito de Independencia en Centroamérica

[East face]
Dios
6 de noviembre
1811-1911
Nicolas, Vicente y Manuel de Aguilar
[North face]
Patria
Juan Manuel Rodríguez
El padre José Matias Delgado arenga al pueblo de San Salvador
[West face]
Libertad
José Matias Delgado
"La República de El Salvador erige este monument en
Celebración del centenario del 5 de noviembre de 1811, en
Que se dio en esta ciudad el primer grito de la independencia
De Centro América, y en loor de los Próceres José Matias
Delgado, Manuel José Arce, Nicolás, Manuel y Vicente Aguilar
Juan Manuel Rodríquez, Miguel y Juan Delgado, Pedro Pablo
Castillo, Carlos Fajardo y Francisco Morales, y de todos los
Otros ciudadanos que echaron asi los fundamentos de nuestra
Nacionalidad, de nuestras repúblicas democráticas y de
Nuestras gloriosas y libérrimas instituciones."
[South face]
Unión
Manuel José Arce
Un cabildo abierto
El gobierno y pueblo de El Salvador, a los ciento cincuenta
Años del Primer Grito de Independencia Centroamericana.
Homenaje al Cabildo de Insurgentes del 5 de noviembre de 1811:
Primer Alcalde: Leandro Fagoaga
Segundo Alcalde: Jose Maria Villaseñor
Regidores: Bernardo Arce, Manuel Morales, Domingo Duran, Miguel Rivera, Juan Delgado, Francisco Vallesco, Fernando Silva, Tomas Carrillo
Secretario: Juan Manuel Rodriguez
San Salvador, 5 de Noviembre de 1961

English translation
[East face]
God
November 5
1811-1911
Nicolas, Vicente y Manuel de Aguilar
[North face]
Country
Juan Manuel Rodríguez
Father José Matias Delgado speaks to the people of San Salvador
[West face]
Freedom
José Matias Delgado
"The Republic of El Salvador erects this monument in
Celebration of the 100th anniversary of November 5, 1811, where
This city gave the first cry of independence
For Central America, and in tribute to the Founders José Matias
Delgado, Manuel José Arce, Nicolás, Manuel and Vicente Aguilar
Juan Manuel Rodríquez, Miguel and Juan Delgado, Pedro Pablo
Castillo, Carlos Fajardo and Francisco Morales, and to all those
Other citizens that formed the foundation of our
Nationality, of our democratic republics and of
Our glorious and free institutions."
[South face]
Union
Manuel José Arce
An open forum
The government and people of El Salvador, to the one hundred and fifty
Years of the First Cry of Central American Independence.
Tribute to the Forum of Insurgents of November 5, 1811:
First Mayor: Leandro Fagoaga
Second Mayor: Jose Maria Villaseñor
Regidores: Bernardo Arce, Manuel Morales, Domingo Duran, Miguel Rivera, Juan Delgado, Francisco Vallesco, Fernando Silva, Tomas Carrillo
Secretary: Juan Manuel Rodriguez
San Salvador, November 5, 1961
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HM NumberHM1JQA
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Year Placed1911
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Monday, March 23rd, 2015 at 9:01am PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16L E 263196 N 8484667
Decimal Degrees13.69740000, -89.18950000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 13° 41.844', W 89° 11.37'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds13° 41' 50.64" N, 89° 11' 22.2" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 4 Calle Ote, San Salvador San Salvador , SV
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