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This replacement print of the Zimbabwe 1,000 Dollar banknote was issued in 2007. It has 7-digit serial number and a 2-letter prefix that starts with "ZA". The obverse side of the note features the iconic Chiremba Balancing rocks situated in Epworth in the south-eastern part of the Harare Province. The reverse side of the note depicts the Cathedral of St. Mary & All Saints and the Parliament House in Harare along with the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe headquarters building. The note is 153 x 76 mm in size and is equipped with a windowed security thread with demetalized RBZ 1000, a balancing rocks hologram, a watermark image of Zimbabwe bird Type C, and electrotype 1000.