200 Peruvian Sol banknote (Rosa de Lima)
The Banco Central de Reserva del Peru issued Peruvian Sol banknotes in 6 different denominations,
including this 200 Peruvian Sol banknote (Rosa de Lima). They are part of the current Peruvian Sol banknotes series. The Banco Central de Reserva del Peru started issuing
these 200 Peruvian Sol banknotes in 2009. They are currently still in circulation.
The highest denomination Peruvian banknote in use today is this 200 Nuevos Soles bill. The front of the note depicts Rose of Lima, who was the first person from the Americas to be sainted by the Catholic Chuch. She was a lay person known for her care of the poor and needy in 16th century Lima, and is the patron of Peru and the indigenous peoples of Latin America. The reverse of the note shows the archaelogical site of Caral-Chupacigarro in the Supe valley, Peru’s Sacred City of Caral-Supe.
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