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Belarus 5,000 Rublei Banknote, 2000, P-29a, UNC

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Belarus 5,000 Rublei banknote from 2000, has a pick number of P-29a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Palace of Sports building in Minsk.

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    BELA29AU
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The Belarus 5,000 Rublei is part of the family of banknotes issued in 2000 with a pick number P-29. This particular bill comes in uncirculated condition. On its obverse is the Palace of Sports building in Minsk. Its reverse side depicts the ski jumps at the Raubichi National Olympic Winter Sports Training Center located in Minsk District. The Belarus 5,000 Rublei is 150 x 74 mm in size and is made of paper. Its security features include a solid security thread with Belarusian text print and a watermark which consists of an image of a biathlonist or a cross-country skier with a rifle.

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