Argentinian Grand Cross

Grand Cross

For the astrological term see Grand cross.
The phrase Grand Cross is used to denote the highest grade in many orders of knighthood. Sometimes the knights (and dames) of the highest grade are called "knights grand cross" or "dames grand cross"; in other cases the actual insignia itself is called "the grand cross." The highest grade of some civil or non-religious orders are sometimes referred to as "Grand Cordon." Please see Order (decoration) for links to individual orders.

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