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This five million Yugoslav dinar banknote was introduced in 1993 as a response to extreme hyperinflation. It is in uncirculated condition. Its obverse side contains an image of Dorde Petrovic, the Serbian revolutionary who led the First Serbian Uprising. Its reverse side shows the church and house of Karadorde in Radovanje. Though the note does not have a security thread and a watermark area, it is printed on watermarked paper. The note is 70 mm wide and 150 mm long.
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