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Algeria 2000 dinars banknote

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The 2,000 Dinar (US$15.44; €13.28) banknote P-148; B-413 is predominantly green in color and measures 158 x 72 mm. The note is printed on Durasafe® substrate, which provides enhanced durability and security.

The front of the note features a map of Algeria with a crescent and star as a gold SPARK feature. The front also displays a map of the Arab world, the Martyr’s Memorial, the Arab League logo, and the Algerian flag.

On the back of the note, there is a picture of a natural stone arch in Tassili N’Ajjer National Park, along with an image of the minaret of Djamaa el Djazaïr (Great Mosque of Algiers), a palm tree, a camel caravan, the Hoggar mountains, and Roman ruins in Tipaza.

The note includes a windowed holographic security thread with demetalized 2022 for added security. The watermark on the note features the image of Emir Abdelkader and the electrotype 2000. The note was introduced on November 2, 2022.

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Algeria new 2,000 dinar banknote

Celebrating the 58 th Anniversary of Independence

The 2,000 Dinar banknote, equivalent to US$15.44 or €13.28, P-147 and B-412, displaying a harmonious color palette of gray, blue, and green. Its dimensions stand at 160 x 71.7 mm.

The obverse side of the note presents an illustrious lineup of six FLN leaders who played pivotal roles in the War of Independence: Rabah Bitat, Mostefa Ben Boulaïd, Mourad Didouche, Mohammed Boudiaf, Krim Belkacem, and Larbi Ben M’Hidi. Their resolute faces are a tribute to their commitment to the nation’s struggle for freedom. An expansive holographic band on this side showcases the portrait of Prince Abdul Qadir, a symbol of valor and leadership.

Flipping the banknote reveals a captivating panorama. The back features the Royal Mausoleum in Patna, a site of historical reverence, as well as the subterranean water conduit of Beni Fought in Adrar, both testaments to the nation’s rich heritage. Adding an extra layer of security, a windowed security thread runs through the note, accompanied by demetalized Arabic text.

A distinctive winged security thread embellishes the banknote, reflecting the meticulous attention to security measures. Impressively, the Bank of Algeria undertook the responsibility of printing this banknote, ensuring its quality and authenticity. Though the specifics of the watermark remain undisclosed, it serves as an intrinsic feature contributing to the banknote’s character.

The banknote bears the date of July 5th, 2020, signifying an important moment in time. Furthermore, it was introduced into circulation on March 18th, 2021, marking a significant addition to the country’s currency landscape.

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