Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Independence
The 20,000 Tenge banknote, valued at US$46.80 or €40.24, stands as a testament to Kazakhstan’s rich heritage and modern progress. Measuring 155 x 79 mm and adorned in a dignified gray hue, it radiates a sense of importance and heritage. Crafted from the innovative Durasafe hybrid substrate, it marries tradition with technology in its composition.
On the front, the “Kazakh Eli” monument graces the note, a symbolic representation of Kazakhstan’s independence and the enduring spirit passed down through generations. Adjacent to this, the Arch of Triumph, bearing the inscription “MƏNGILIK EL” or “Eternal Nation,” stands as a resolute reminder of the nation’s steadfastness. Both monuments find their home in Nur-Sultan, the nation’s capital.
Turning the note, the back showcases an outline of Kazakhstan’s vast expanse, paying homage to its geographical and cultural diversity. Overlaid on this backdrop is the distinguished Residence Ak Orda, also known as the Palace of the President, a beacon of leadership. President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s presence further cements the note’s connection to the nation’s leadership and progress.
While the specifics of the security thread and watermark are undisclosed, they undoubtedly play a crucial role in safeguarding the note’s authenticity. The Banknote Factory of the National Bank of Kazakhstan (BFoNBK) in Kazakhstan has overseen the note’s creation, utilizing their expertise to ensure precision and quality.
Dated in the year 2021 and bearing the prefix “АА,” this note’s introduction on December 1, 2021, marked a significant stride in Kazakhstan’s monetary landscape. It embodies both the historical roots and contemporary aspirations of the nation, encapsulating the essence of Kazakhstan’s journey.
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