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Slovakia 1000 Korun Slovenskych 2000

Item Code: SK-39

Front: Portrait of Andrej Hlinka (1864 - 1938), an outstanding personality of modern Slovak history, who played
an important role in the national emancipation process and the political development of Slovakia. Back: Elements
associated with Hlinka's activities as a clergyman. The leitmotif of the design is the Madonna, the patron saint
depicted in the medieval fresco found in the interior of the Roman Catholic Church in Sliace near Ruzomberok. The
left part of the note displays the picture of the Roman Catholic Church of St. Andrew in Ruzomberok. The left part
of the Madonna´s cloak contains the picture of Andrej Hlinka´s mausoleum. Watermark: Portrait of Andrej Hlinka.
Designer: Jozef Bubak. Engraver: Jim Moore. Printers: Thomas De La Rue, Zeitun, Malta (1993, 1995, 1997,
2007), Thomas De La Rue, Gateshead, Great Britain (1999, 2002, 2005). First Date of Issue: 1 October 1993.

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Original Size: 159 x 80 mm

Texts: Národná Banka Slovenska; Tisíc Slovenskych Korún; One Thousand Slovak Korun;
Rok 2000; Y2K; Bimilénium Anno Domini MM.

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