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The 2,000 Lari Georgian banknote that was issued in 1993 depicts ancient carvings found in the Samtavisi Cathedral, an 11th-century Georgian Orthodox Cathedral located in eastern Georgia. The banknote's front design bears a carving of a griffin flanking Borjgali, the symbol of the sun and tree of life. On the reverse is a detailed carving of a grapevine. The note has a dimension of 115 x 55 mm and contains a solid security thread and a rhombus pattern watermark to enhance as part of its security features.