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The 5,000 Greek drachma banknote is part of the third series of modern drachma released by the Bank of Greece. This banknote, released in 1984, measures 163 mm long and 81 mm wide. This note has a paper money grade (PMG) of 67, which means that the note has above-average margins and registration and had minor handling before. The obverse side features the Greek general Theodoros Kolokotronis, one of the most prominent figures in the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman empire, facing the Church of Agioi Apostoloi in Kalamata, where the first Greek Orthodox mass on free Greek territory was held after 360 years. The reverse side features a view of Karytaina. The note has the Polyzalos of Delphi as its watermark. The note was demonetized in 2012.