10 Ukrainian Hryvnias banknote (Ivan Mazepa)
The National Bank of Ukraine issued Ukrainian Hryvnia banknotes in 10 different denominations,
including this 10 Ukrainian Hryvnias banknote (Ivan Mazepa). They are part of the current Ukrainian Hryvnia banknotes series. The National Bank of Ukraine started issuing
these 10 Ukrainian Hryvnia banknotes in 2004. They are currently still in circulation.
Ivan Mazepa, hetman of Zaporizhian Host, is on the portrait on Ukraine’s 10 hryvnias banknote. This red-coloured ₴10 UAH bill has an image of the Holy Dormition Cathedral in Kiev on the back side, alongside musical instruments including a lute and a tambourine, and books, feather quill and ink pot, candle and thistle.
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