The denomination of the banknote will be one hundred rubles. On one side is depicted the castle “swallow’s nest”. On the other side, is the monument to the scuttled ships in Sevastopol Bay, fragment of a picture “Russian squadron on the Sevastopol RAID.”
MOSCOW, 23 Dec. The Bank of Russia on December 23 issued a commemorative banknote 100 rubles, one side of which is devoted to Sevastopol, another – to the Crimea, is spoken in the message of the regulator.
The circulation of the banknote is 20 million. According to the Central Bank, on the side of the banknote dedicated to Crimea, depicts the castle “swallow’s nest”. On the other side, is the monument to the scuttled ships in Sevastopol Bay, fragment of a picture of Ivan Ayvazovsky “the Russian squadron on the Sevastopol RAID.” Both images are oriented vertically.
Under the image of “swallow’s nests” on the bottom bar is a QR code with a link to the page of the Bank of Russia website where you can find background information on a commemorative banknote.
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