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The Morocco 20 Dirhams Banknote was issued by the Bank Al-Maghrib in 2012. It has a color combination of purple, orange, and blue and bears Arabic and French texts. Its obverse features King Mohammad VI, a Moroccan door, the coat of arms of Morocco, and a crown with a five-pointed star (the Seal of Solomon). The reverse depicts a train crossing the Hassan II Bridge over the Bou Regreg river in Rabat. It also shows the Hassan II Mosque and city buildings in Casablanca. The banknote contains a registration device in the form of the denomination and a color-shifting windowed security thread with demetallized 20 and Bank Al-Maghrib in Arabic. Its watermark reveals King Mohammad VI and an electrotype 20. The banknote is 131 x 70 mm in size and is signed by Abdellatif Jouahri and Khalid Safir. This banknote is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.