10 Belarusian Rubles banknote (Church of the Transfiguration)

The National Bank of the Republic of Belarus issued Belarusian Ruble banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 10 Belarusian Rubles banknote (Church of the Transfiguration). They are part of the current Belarusian Ruble banknotes series. The National Bank of the Republic of Belarus started issuing these 10 Belarusian Ruble banknotes in 2009. They are currently still in circulation.

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 by the Nazis in 1941. The Cross of Saint Euphrosyne is often used as a national symbol of Belarus.

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1 BYN = £0.2315900000

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