The Cerro de Montevideo is located across the Bay of Montevideo. On its summit there is a fortress, known as Fortaleza del Cerro. The Cerro de Montevideo is a national symbol and depicted in the coat of Arms of the country Uruguay and the city of Montevideo.
(the following list is not completed)
Uruguay 1866, 1 Centesimo stamp definitive series.
(different values, perforations and printings are existing)
The four parts depict the symbols of the coat of arms of Uruguay.
The upper right symbol depicts the Cerro de Montevideo with the fortress.
Uruguay 1919, Harbour of Montevideo & Cerro de Montevideo.
(series of 10 stamps, different values and colours)
Uruguay 1976, Cerro de Montevideo.
Uruguay 1976, Coat of Arms of the city Montevideo.
Uruguay 1976, Coin on stamp.
The coin shows the Coat of Arms of the city Montevideo.
Uruguay 1979, Coat of Arms.
The coat of arms consists of an oval, crowned by a rising golden sun, the “Sun of May”.
The upper left part shows a scale, the upper right the Cerro de Montevideo with the fortress, the lower left a galopping horse and the lower right an ox.
Uruguay 1979, Coin on stamp.
The serie of four stamps shows a series of four silver coins. The coins show the Coat of Arms of Uruguay. In the background of the coins is depicted the city of Montevideo, the Bay of Montevideo and the Cerro de Montevideo.