20 Jordanian Dinars banknote (Dome of the Rock Jerusalem)
The Central Bank of Jordan issued Jordanian Dinar banknotes in 6 different denominations,
including this 20 Jordanian Dinars banknote (Dome of the Rock Jerusalem). They are part of the current Jordanian Dinar banknotes series. The Central Bank of Jordan started issuing
these 20 Jordanian Dinar banknotes in 2002. They are currently still in circulation.
The 20 dinars banknote from Jordan features two buildings that are located outside of Jordan: The mosque with minnarets on the front is the Mosque of Omar in Jerusalem, Israel. On the back side of the 20 JOD bill is a picture of the Dome of the Rock, the holy Islamic shrine on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Israel. In 1993 the refurbishment of the golden dome was financed with a donation of $8.2 million US dollars by King Hussein bin Talal of Jordan, who sold one of his residencies in London to fund the 80 kg of gold required. The portrait of King Hussein of Jordan is on the front side of this banknote.
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1 JOD = £0.85877
You get: £17.18
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