The Vietnamese dong was established by the State Bank of Vietnam, located in Hanoi, on May 3rd of 1978 and is represented by the abbreviation VND. The latest version of Vietnamese currency is all polymer and was presented in 2003 by the Vietnamese Central Bank. Each of these currencies features Ho Chi Minh on the obverse and a different reverse design based on the culture of Vietnam. The 10,000 dong features oil rigs from the Bach Ho Oil Field. The 20,000 dong features the Japanese pagoda bridge in Hoi An. The 50,000 Vietnam dong illustrates the Phu Van Lau pavilion and is pink/yellow in color. The 100,000 Vietnamese dong has the Temple of Literature prominently featured. The 200,000 dong displays rocks from the Ha Long Bay. Lastly, the 500,000 banknote is dedicated to Ho Chi Minh as his birthplace is displayed on the reverse.