The processes of Independence of Latin America.

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  • Ecuador 1809: August 10, 1809, marked the beginning of the independence process of Ecuador.

    Ecuador 1809: August 10, 1809, marked the beginning of the independence process of Ecuador.
  • Paraguay 1811: Between May 14 and 15, 1811, a civil military coup was carried out that managed to agree against the then governor of Spain, Bernado de Velazco, a triumvirate with which the independence of the Spanish empire began.

    Paraguay 1811: Between May 14 and 15, 1811, a civil military coup was carried out that managed to agree against the then governor of Spain, Bernado de Velazco, a triumvirate with which the independence of the Spanish empire began.
  • Argentina 1816: Finally, the Act of Independence was signed on July 9, 1816, where a position that represented the mandate of the majority of the provinces prevailed.

    Argentina 1816: Finally, the Act of Independence was signed on July 9, 1816, where a position that represented the mandate of the majority of the provinces prevailed.
  • Chile 1818: Why the country celebrates it in September and not on February 12, when it really happened. Caption, Chile officially declared its independence from Spain on February 12, 1818.

    Chile 1818: Why the country celebrates it in September and not on February 12, when it really happened. Caption, Chile officially declared its independence from Spain on February 12, 1818.
  • Nueva Granada 1819: In 1819 the independence of New Granada was sealed.

    Nueva Granada 1819: In 1819 the independence of New Granada was sealed.
  • Venezuela 1821: A few months later, the royalist army is defeated in the battle of Carabobo, the final victory of the independence of Venezuela.

    Venezuela 1821: A few months later, the royalist army is defeated in the battle of Carabobo, the final victory of the independence of Venezuela.
  • Mexico 1821: It begins in the madraguda of September 16, 1810 and Mexico becomes independent in 1821 eight years later.

    Mexico 1821: It begins in the madraguda of September 16, 1810 and Mexico becomes independent in 1821 eight years later.
  • America Central 1821: On November 5, 1811, the dependency began, but on September 15, 1821, Central America became independent.

    America Central 1821: On November 5, 1811, the dependency began, but on September 15, 1821, Central America became independent.
  • Brasil 1822: The proclamation of independence of Brazil presented by the empire of Brazil was on September 7, 1822.

    Brasil 1822: The proclamation of independence of Brazil presented by the empire of Brazil was on September 7, 1822.
  • Urugay 1825: On August 25, 1825, three laws were declared: Law of Independence: with respect to the Empire of Brazil, Portugal and any other foreign power. Union Law: from the Eastern Province to the other United Provinces of the Río de la Plata.

    Urugay 1825: On August 25, 1825, three laws were declared: Law of Independence: with respect to the Empire of Brazil, Portugal and any other foreign power. Union Law: from the Eastern Province to the other United Provinces of the Río de la Plata.
  • Puerto Rico: On December 10, 1898, the Treaty of Paris was signed, by which Spain was obliged to cede Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Philippines and Guam to the United States, on April 11, 1899.

    Puerto Rico: On December 10, 1898, the Treaty of Paris was signed, by which Spain was obliged to cede Puerto Rico, Cuba, the Philippines and Guam to the United States, on April 11, 1899.
  • Cuba 1899: Cuba proclaimed its independence in 1899, although it suffered from US occupation.

    Cuba 1899: Cuba proclaimed its independence in 1899, although it suffered from US occupation.