1 Ukrainian Hryvnia banknote (Vladimir the Great)
The National Bank of Ukraine issued Ukrainian Hryvnia banknotes in 10 different denominations,
including this 1 Ukrainian Hryvnia banknote (Vladimir the Great). They are part of the current Ukrainian Hryvnia banknotes series. The National Bank of Ukraine started issuing
these 1 Ukrainian Hryvnia banknotes in 2006. They are currently still in circulation.
The blue and yellow coloured banknote of 1 hryvnia from Ukraine features the 10th Century Grand Prince of Kiev, Vladimir I Great. On the back side of the ₴1 UAH bill is a view on Vladimir I’s Fortress Wall in the old town of Kiev. This lowest value banknote in Ukraine has been replaced by a one hryvnia coin but it still legal tender.
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1 UAH = £0.0175
You get: £0.02
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