200 hryvnia. Design and release years
This bill is rightly considered to be one of the most beautiful of those issued by Ukraine. For the twenty-year history of the Ukrainian currency, three types of banknotes in denominations of 200 hryvnias were issued.
The obverse of banknotes, which came into circulation in 2001, contains a portrait of a famous writer, translator and poetess Lesia Ukrainka. Including this side inscribed "Ukraine" and "National Bank of Ukraine." By the way, the NBU is a leading financial institution of the republic and is engaged in the emission of hryvnia. In addition, the obverse contains the numerical and upper face value of the banknote, its series and number, as well as facsimile of the head of the bank. Do not forget the developers of design bills and people with poor eyesight. So, the front side of the 200 hryvnia banknote includes a tactile sign in the form of two dashes arranged vertically.
On the reverse side, you can see an engraving of the Entrance Tower of the Lubart Castle. It is located in the central part. The text is affixed to the reverse: “National Bank of Ukraine”, dignity - in numbers and letters.In the left part of the bill there is an image of Lybed - the sister of the founders of Kiev, the legendary brothers Kyi, Schek and Khoryv. From two sides two hundred hryvnia in 2001 are decorated with ornaments. It will be incidentally to say that the characteristic difference of this banknote is the absence of a printing year on it, as well as the presence of a facsimile of Vadim Getman, the second head of the NBU. This banknote was launched into circulation on August 22, 2001.
This year saw the renewed bills worth two hundred hryvnia. The front part of the banknote contains the image of Lesya Ukrainka, as well as the years of her birth and death, a pseudonym (the real name of the poetess Larisa Petrovna Kosach-Kvitka). As well as on the notes of the previous series, the names “National Bank of Ukraine”, “Ukraine”, as well as dignity in numerical and written terms and facsimile of the head of the NBU are marked on the obverse of the new banknotes. In the center of the bill is an image of the literary-memorial museum-estate of the poetess in the village of Kolodezhno of Volyn region and a wreath. Against their background are the lines of the poem by Lesia Ukrainka “For Truth, Brothers,“ Recruiting Shchi ... ”
The reverse of the bill contains a drawing of a soaring stork, the Entrance Tower of the Lyubart Castle in Lutsk, the series and number of the banknote, the denomination indicated by the number and words, and the year and city in which it was printed.In addition, 200 hryvnia in 2007 contain a facsimile of Vladimir Stelmakh - at that time the head of the NBU. The bill was put into circulation on May 28, 2007.
This series of banknotes is practically no different from its predecessor. The only innovations are the year of issue and the autograph of the head of the NBU. On the obverse of the bill is a facsimile of Sergey Arbuzov. On the reverse of the bill is the number 2011.
200 hryvnia in rubles is currently about 480 units (rubles) of the currency of the Russian Federation.