Presenting the 20 Rials banknote P-54; B-243, a reflection of value and progress, with a monetary equivalence of US$51.95 or €44.66. This note, in a dignified gray hue, measures 167 x 76 mm, commanding attention with its stature.
The front of the note bears the visage of Sultan Haitham ibn Tariq ibn Taymur as-Sa’id, a symbol of leadership and sovereignty. The Muscat International Airport, a gateway to the nation, adds a touch of modernity to the design.
Turning the note reveals the nation’s infrastructure – the Batinah Expressway, the Sohar Industrial Port, and the Salalah Airport stand as tributes to Oman’s progress and connectivity.
The watermark is a testament to authenticity – the Sultan’s image and an electrotype ٢٠ (20 in Arabic numerals) validate the note’s legitimacy.
Dated ٢٠٢٠ (2020) and introduced on 11th January 2020, this 20 Rials banknote encapsulates Oman’s aspirations and progress. It stands as a testament to the nation’s leadership, connectivity, and commitment to growth.
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