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Russian Paper Money — Contemporary Period

Russian money of the new epoque (after 1992) differ from the previous series by the disappearance of the Lenin portraits (which lasted 55 years). In 1992 another revolution happened in Russia, the single-party system was replaced by a democratic system. The money started baring pictures of cities. Until 1993 it was Moscow, and starting with 1995 more (Saint-Petersburg, Vladivostok, Novgorod, Krasnoyarsk, Yaroslavl and Archangelsk). During the devalvation of 1998 the value of the notes lost three zeros, but the note design remained the same.

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