Mexican banknotes 10 Pesos banknote 1914 El Banco de Durango

Mexican paper money notes 10 Pesos banknote Banco de Durango
Mexican paper money 10 Pesos banknote, El Banco de Durango
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 Billete 10 Pesos El Banco de Durango 
Mexican paper money 10 Pesos banknote 1914 El Banco de Durango
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Obverse: Cathedral of Durango at Left, Farmer Harvesting at right.
Printed by American Bank Note Company, New York.

Mexico banknotes - Mexico paper money
El Banco de Durango
1891-1914 issue

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Durango's Cathedral - Widely known as "Catedral Basílica de Durango", it is situated in the heart of the city of Durango and is considered the most important architectural representation of the state, and one of the most beautiful buildings in northern Mexico. The original construction began under the leadership of Bishop Garcia Legazpi in the 1695, and designed by architect Mateo Nuñez. The main façade is baroque-style, and includes Corinthian columns and niches built to protect the image of St. Peter and St. Paul. The choir stage, built in the early 18th century is gilded and made of carved mahogany with polychrome styling. The cathedral boasts the second most beautiful richly carved choir stage the country; second only to that preserved in the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City. The altar formed by a Neoclassical style cypress, guards the image of the Purisima Concepcion; a polychrome and gilded carving of the 18th century. On the altar there are paintings by duranguense artists Miguel Cabrera and Juan Correa.