Simón Bolívar had a trusted general by the name of Antonio José de Sucre (Pronounced Súe-cray). He was leading the army that defeated the Spanish at the Battle of Pichincha, signaling Quito’s separation from Spain. In honor of that, in 1889, Ecuador decided to name its currency after him. That was all good and well, […]
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