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On which banknote Yaroslavl?

Roman Zhdanov
Roman Zhdanov
December 25, 2012
On which banknote Yaroslavl?

The answer to the question on which banknote Yaroslavl seemed to be taken by everyone, but this turns out to be far from true. This question is very popular among Internet users search queries. And since many people do not know on which banknote the image of Yaroslavl, we will reply.

The history of the bill

In Russia, a bill with a depiction of the city of Yaroslavl (face value - 1000 rubles) was issued back in 1997, it entered the market in 2000. For the past 15 years, its appearance has remained unchanged, only banknote watermarks have undergone modernization. During the long years of finding the banknote in circulation, three modifications were made.

At the very beginning, the color of the bill was green with a slight turquoise hue. In 2004, there were changes to enhance the protective functions, and in 2010, the last modification was released, with new protection and gray-green colors.

Banknote information

The size of the 1000-ruble banknote is 157x69 mm. If you look at it, you can see the main drawing, it contains the main attractions of the city of Yaroslavl.

On the front side is a monument to Yaroslav the Wise, a chapel against the backdrop of the Yaroslavl Kremlin, in the upper right corner is the emblem of the city.

On the reverse side are the Transfiguration Monastery, the Church of St. John the Baptist, and the bell tower.


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