Category:First Mexican Empire
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- First Mexican Empire (1822-1823) — the first form of government in Independent Mexico, after the War of Independence from Spain.
- The First Mexican Empire was a short-lived monarchical regime, lasting only eight months, from July 21, 1822 to March 19, 1823. It was ruled by only one emperor, Agustín de Iturbide, also known as Agustín I of Mexico.
- In the 19th century, was followed by: the First Republic of Mexico (1824–1835), Second Federal Republic of Mexico (1846–1863), and then the Second Mexican Empire (1864–1867), brief restored Jaurez Republic (1867–1872), and then The Porfiriato dictatorship (1876–1910).
independent Mexico under a monarchical regime from 1821 to 1823
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Media in category "First Mexican Empire"
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- Himno del Primer Imperio Mexicano - Veni Creator (cantada).ogg 3 min 4 s; 2.86 MB
- Himno del Primer Imperio Mexicano - Veni Creator (instrumental).ogg 2 min 15 s; 1.88 MB
- ThroneIturbideChurubuscoDF.JPG 1,961 × 2,592; 1.27 MB