10 Russian Rubles banknote (1997)
The Bank of Russia issued Russian Ruble banknotes in 9 different denominations, including this 10 Russian Rubles banknote (1997). They are part of the current Russian Ruble banknotes series. The Bank of Russia started issuing these 10 Russian Ruble banknotes in 1997. They are currently still in circulation.
Featured on the front of the brown and sand-coloured 10 Ruble banknote from Russia are the Kommualny Bridge accross the river Yenisey, and the tower of Paraskeva Pyatnitsa Chapel in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk. On the reverse side of the 1997-dated 10 RUB bill is the hydroelectric dam of Krasnoyarsk.
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1 RUB = £0.00945
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