10000 Iraqi dinars banknote (al-Hadba’ Minaret)
The Central Bank of Iraq issued Iraqi Dinar banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 10000 Iraqi dinars banknote (al-Hadba' Minaret). They are part of the current Iraqi Dinar banknotes series. The Central Bank of Iraq started issuing these 10000 Iraqi Dinar banknotes in 2003. They are currently still in circulation.
The 10,000 dinars banknote from Iraq features al-Hadba’ Minaret, known as the hunchback because of its pronounced tilt. It was the minaret of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri. The ancient tower, built in 1172, was destroyed by Islamic State (Isis) in 2017 during the battle of Mosul, along with the mosque. There are two types of the 10,000 dinars banknote: One has the image of the mathematician, astronomer and physicist Hasan Ibn al-Haytham on the obverse side. The other version pictures the Freedom Monument in Tahrir Square, Baghdad on the obverse side. Both versions are valid and legal tender in Iraq.
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