Belarusian money is represented by bills of various denominations with face value of 50 to 200 000 rubles. The currency notes, there are 10 species, differ with colours and unique graphics performance, thanks to which you can make a sort of map of Belarusian sights.
100 rubles Ц a light green note with a picture of the building of the capital Opera and Ballet Theatre (before the renovation). On the back side one of the episodes of the ballet "Miss Right" is located.
10 000 rubles Ц a pink note is decorated with a picturesque view of Vitebsk, and on the reverse side there is a significant sight of the city - the Summer Amphitheatre.
200 000 rubles Ц a note made in the green-gray, orange and brown colours. On the front side P.Maslennikov Mogilev Regional Art Museum is featured. The reverse side of the note bears a variety of decorative elements, which are applied in the design of the museum.
It should not be forgotten that you will not find cents among Belarusian money, because they are not used in the country. However, in spite of this the National Bank periodically releases commemorative coins, which are of special interest for collectors. These coins can be purchased at the city bank branches.