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Convert your leftover current Belarusian Ruble banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Belarus.
The current set of Belarusian Ruble (BYN) banknotes belongs to the Third Ruble, issued from 2009 by the Minsk-based National Bank of the Republic of Belarus. These notes replaced the older ruble notes from the Second Ruble (BYR) at a rate of 1 BYN for 10,000 BYR.
All current Belarusian Ruble banknotes feature a national landmark on the front side. Many of these are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Belarusian Ruble is a closed currency and you’ll find that banks and bureaux de change outside Belarus don’t exchange Belarusian Rubles. However at Leftover Currency we convert your leftover Belarusian Ruble banknotes to cash. In addition we also exchange Belarusian coins.
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5 Belarusian Rubles banknote (Tower of Kamyenyets)The obverse side of the 5 Belarusian Rubles banknote features the Tower of Kamyenyets, also called the White Tower, a 13th century frontier stronghold in the Kievan Rus’ Principality of Volhynia. The reverse side of the 5 BYN bill depicts Brest Fortress in the ancient city of Berestye, as well as a wooden spoked wheel … ContinuedYou get: £1.139701 BYN = £0.2279400000
10 Belarusian Rubles banknote (Church of the Transfiguration)On the blue-coloured BYN banknote of 10 Belarusian rubles, the church building pictured on the front side is the Church of the Transfiguration of the Savior on Ilyina Street in Veliky Novgorod. The back side of the 10 ruble bill from Belarus shows the Cross of Saint Euphrosyne, which disappeared during the occupation of Belarus … ContinuedYou get: £2.279401 BYN = £0.2279400000
20 Belarusian Rubles banknote (Gomel Palace)The yellow-coloured banknote of 20 rubles from Belarus features Gomel Palace, the residence of Field Marshal Pyotr Rumyantsev and Prince Paskevich. On the back side of the 20 BYN bill is an image of the oldest Belarusian manuscript book called “The Turov Gospel”, pictured alongside a bell and a view on the old city of … ContinuedYou get: £4.558801 BYN = £0.2279400000
50 Belarusian Rubles banknote (Mir Castle Complex)The front side of the green-coloured 50 Belarusian Rubles banknote shows an image of Mir Castle Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mir, Belarus. The back side of the 50 BYN bill shows a lyre, a classical musical instrument, similar in appearance to a small harp.You get: £11.397001 BYN = £0.2279400000
100 Belarusian Rubles banknote (Nesvizh Radziwiłł Castle)The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nesvizh Castle, residence of the Radziwiłł family, is pictured on the banknote of 100 Belarusian Rubles. The back side of the 100 BYN bill is themed around folk music and theatre, showing Slavic musical instruments including a violin, a tambourin and a zhaleika, also known as bryolka or ‘folk … ContinuedYou get: £22.794001 BYN = £0.2279400000
200 Belarusian Rubles banknote (Mogilev Regional Art Museum)This 200 rubles banknote from Belarus shows the Mogilev Regional Art Museum on the front side. The back side of the 200 BYN bill depicts hand crafted objects including an old key, an ancient book and a stove tile.You get: £45.588001 BYN = £0.2279400000
500 Belarusian Rubles banknote (National Library of Belarus)The banknote of 500 Rubles is the highest value banknote in Belarus. The modern glass building on the obverse side of the 500 BYN bill is the National Library of Belarus in the capital city Minsk. The back side shows a quill and ink pot along with fronds and leaves.You get: £113.970001 BYN = £0.2279400000