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The Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote that features the iconic Chiremba balancing rocks was issued in 2008. The obverse side features the perfectly balanced rocks, the Zimbabwe bird in OVI, and the stylized grains and cow in underprint. The reverse side features the Cathedral of St. Mary and All Saints, the Parliament House in Harare, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the National Heroes Acre in Harare. The banknote is equipped with a 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with repeating RBZ as part of its security features. When placed under a UV light, the RBZ strip and Zimbabwe Bird both printed in Iridescent ink changes from bronze to blue while the serial numbers change color from red to bright orange on the left and from black to green on the right. The Fluorescent fibers that are scattered on both sides of the banknote would also turn bright green while the geometric triangle pattern on the front and reverse changes from a peach color to bright yellow. The banknote is 148 x 74 mm in size.