Bank of Russia. 2017. 2000 Rubles. Reverse. The front of the note features the Russky bridge (a cable bridge in Vladivostok that connects Russky island with the mainland territory). The back of the note features the Vostochny Cosmodrome. The top left corner of the front of the note bears the coat of arms of the Russian Federation. On the front of the note, at the bottom, there is a QR-code which contains a link to the website of the Bank of Russia. The link leads to the description of the note’s security features. The top right corner of the back of the note bears the inscription ‘2017’ (the year when the note was issued). The note is printed on white cotton paper. The banknote paper contains two types of security fibres: coloured, with alternate sections of red and blue, and grey ones. There is a 5-mm wide holographic security thread embedded in the paper. The thread comes out on the surface on the front of the note through three windows. On the back of the note, there are two serial numbers that consist of two letters indicating the series followed by nine digits. The left number is printed on the short side of the note, the right number on the long one.

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Bank of Russia. 2017. 2000 Rubles. Reverse. The front of the note features the Russky bridge (a cable bridge in Vladivostok that connects Russky island with the mainland territory). The back of the note features the Vostochny Cosmodrome. The top left corner of the front of the note bears the coat of arms of the Russian Federation. On the front of the note, at the bottom, there is a QR-code which contains a link to the website of the Bank of Russia. The link leads to the description of the note’s security features. The top right corner of the back of the note bears the inscription ‘2017’ (the year when the note was issued). The note is printed on white cotton paper. The banknote paper contains two types of security fibres: coloured, with alternate sections of red and blue, and grey ones. There is a 5-mm wide holographic security thread embedded in the paper. The thread comes out on the surface on the front of the note through three windows. On the back of the note, there are two serial numbers that consist of two letters indicating the series followed by nine digits. The left number is printed on the short side of the note, the right number on the long one.

Bank of Russia. 2017. 2000 Rubles. Reverse.
The front of the note features the Russky bridge (a cable bridge in Vladivostok that connects Russky island with the mainland territory).

The back of the note features the Vostochny Cosmodrome.

The top left corner of the front of the note bears the coat of arms of the Russian Federation.

On the front of the note, at the bottom, there is a QR-code which contains a link to the website of the Bank of Russia. The link leads to the description of the note’s security features.

The top right corner of the back of the note bears the inscription ‘2017’ (the year when the note was issued).

The note is printed on white cotton paper.

The banknote paper contains two types of security fibres: coloured, with alternate sections of red and blue, and grey ones.

There is a 5-mm wide holographic security thread embedded in the paper. The thread comes out on the surface on the front of the note through three windows.

On the back of the note, there are two serial numbers that consist of two letters indicating the series followed by nine digits. The left number is printed on the short side of the note, the right number on the long one. https://www.cbr.ru/StaticHtml/File/98096/2000r_17_rv.jpg