50 Russian Rubles banknote (1997)
The Bank of Russia issued Russian Ruble banknotes in 9 different denominations, including this 50 Russian Rubles banknote (1997). They are part of the current Russian Ruble banknotes series. The Bank of Russia started issuing these 50 Russian Ruble banknotes in 1997. They are currently still in circulation.
The grey and brown coloured banknote of 50 Russian Ruble from 1997 features landmarks of Russia’s second largest city, Saint Petersburg, formerly known as Petrograd and Leningrad. On the front of the 50 RUB bill is a Rostral Column with a female personification of the River Neva, with in the background the towers of Petropavlosk Fortress. The historical building on the back side of the 50 Ruble note is the old Saint Petersburg stock exchange.
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