File:Escudo de la ciudad de Moyobamba.png

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Español: Escudo de la ciudad de Moyobamba
Source Real Cédula 1916 - Virreinato del Perú Fuente:
Author Virrey José Fernando de Abascal


El presente escudo fue presentado por el Virrey Abascal en el año 1816, la imagen que se está subiendo es una remasterización computarizada de lo que se encuentra en el documento histórico, la cual yo Christiam Erick Nuñez Piña lo hice en el programa de edición de vectores Corel Draw Licencia

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