The Oath to Independence in the City of Puebla...

The Oath to Independence in the City of Puebla... (HM24WL)

Location: Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza, Puebla 72000 Puebla
Country: Mexico

N 19° 2.567', W 98° 11.752'

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Juramento a la Independencia hecho en la Ciudad de Puebla El 5 de Agosto de 1821, ante la presencia del General Agustín de IturbidePlaza de la democraciaDespués de la rendición de la ciudad el 28 de julo de 1821 en la hacienda de San Martín, el general Agustín de Iturbide hizo su entrada triunfal a Puebla el 2 de agosto de 1821. Los integrantes del ejército trigarante fueron recibidos en la ciudad con gran júbilo y algarabía por las autoridades civiles y eclesiásticas. El primer jefe del ejército Trigarante estuvo alojado por el obispo Antonio Joaquín Pérez, en el Palacio Episcopal.Para el domingo 5 de agosto se preparó la solemne ceremonia de juramento a la independencia, ante la presencia del general Iturbide. El juramento se hizo en tres lugares: en el Palacio Municipal, en el Palacio Episcopal y en el colegio del Espíritu Santo (plaza de la Democracia). En cada uno de esto lugares, Agustín de Iturbide esparció entre la concurrencia la cantidad de cien pesos en monedas de plata. Una vez terminado los actos solemnes, todo el grupo de personalidades se dirigieron a la Catedral donde se celebró una misa de gracias. Posteriormente, las autoridades agasajaron al general Iturbide con un banquete. De esta forma, en la ciudad de Puebla se juró la Independencia del país antes de la firma de los tratades



de Córdoba, y de la entrada triunfal del ejército trigarante a la capital del país. English:
The Oath to Independence in the City of Puebla, August 5, 1821, in the presence of General Agustín de IturbideDemocracy PlazaAfter the surrender of the city on July 28, 1821, at the San Martín Estate, General Agustín de Iturbide made his triumphal entry into Puebla on August 2, 1821. The members of the Three Guarantees Army were welcomed with great joy and celebration by civil and ecclesiastical authorities. The first chief of the Three Guarantees Army was hosted by Bishop Antonio Joaquín Pérez at the Episcopal Palace. On Sunday, August 5, a solemn ceremony to pledge allegiance to the Independence was held in the presence of General Iturbide. The pledge of allegiance to the Independence was declared in three different places: the Municipal Palace, the Episcopal Palace and the Espíritu Santo (holy spirit) College (plaza de la democracia).In each of these places, Agustín de Iturbide gave away a hundred pesos in silver coins to the people who had gathered to witness the event. Once the solemn acts were finished, the whole group of personalities went to the Cathedral where a mass of thanksgiving was held. Later the authorities pampered General Iturbide with a feast. Therefore, the pledge of allegiance to the Independence of Mexico was declared



in Puebla before the signing of the Treaty of Cordoba and the triumphal entry of the Three-Guarantees Army into the country's capital.
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Date Added Monday, January 22nd, 2018 at 7:03pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)14Q E 584615 N 2105755
Decimal Degrees19.04278333, -98.19586667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 19° 2.567', W 98° 11.752'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds19° 2' 34.02" N, 98° 11' 45.12" W
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Closest Postal AddressAt or near 105 Calle 4 Sur, Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza Puebla 72000, MX
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