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The Algeria 2,000 dinars is part of the family of notes issued in 2011 to highlight science and technology, urban development, agriculture, and water resources. This particular banknote has been given a grade of 67 by the Paper Money Guaranty. The left part of the obverse side of the note depicts a university professor lecturing students in an amphitheater. On the right part are three researchers in a scientific laboratory with a microscope and beakers. The reverse side features a body of water and urban high-rise buildings. A palm tree, an olive tree, and wheat are also visible. The banknotes security features include a 13-mm wide LEAD holographic stripe, a windowed security thread with the bank name in demetallized Arabic text, and a pattern of the Emir Abdelkader watermark. The Algeria 2,000 Dinars paper banknote measures 160 x 71.7 mm.