Ukrainian hryvnia. 200 UAH - the most beautiful bill

The greatest invention of mankind is money. They are one of the most valuable tools that every country has. The economic position of the state is determined by the world currency exchange rate. The national unit of Ukraine, according to the Constitution of the country, is the hryvnia. This currency appeared in the everyday life of Ukrainians in 1996. The second president of Ukraine Leonid Kuchma introduced a new currency of Ukraine by his decree - and the coupon-karbovans were exchanged for hryvnia. Of course, if we compare the first currency and the current one, then the differences are colossal, even if we take into account that only 18 years have passed. Especially the difference is noticeable on the bill of 200 hryvnia.

History of the hryvnia

The meaning of the word "hryvnia" very few people are interested, although every Ukrainian uses this word several times a day. At different times this term was called coins: first a denomination of two kopecks, then three, then ten kopecks. The term itself comes from the Polish language and was used as the name of a monetary unit. In Ancient Rus this word was called the unit of calculation, but the original name came from the name of the female precious neck ornament. According to ancient chronicles, one hryvnia was quite expensive, because you could buy a whole planed boat for it. In the 11th century, coins appeared in Kievan Rus', which had a similar name. They were called "hryvnia", they were made of silver and heavy in weight. Such monetary units existed in Kievan Rus for a long time, not one hundred years. But in spite of the fact that since the 15th century the ruble became a monetary unit, the term "hryvnia" was still used to denote a unit of weight.

In 1918, in the independent state of the UPR, the monetary unit of the hryvnia reappeared, which existed until 1922.

What are the denominations of hryvnia exist in the country

The modern hryvnia as a national unit of Ukraine appeared as a result of the monetary reform of 1995-1996. The very first hryvnia in 1996 was exchanged at the rate of 100,000 coupon-karbovanets for 1 hryvnia. Coupon-karbovanets withdrawn from circulation for several months. In order for the population to manage to exchange old money, numerous exchange offices opened on the territory of Ukraine. According to some reports, about 310 trillion coupon-karbovans were seized from the money turnover during the reform period.

Now there are denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 hryvnia, as well as large coins with a nominal value of 1 hryvnia. From 1996 to 2007, the National Bank of Ukraine conducted about 18 entries into the circulation of residents of the country's main denominations of the national currency. The old samples of hryvnas are those that were issued before 2001 (1992, 1994, 1995, 1997). This money was not sufficiently protected. Since 2001, the hryvnia began to be issued, which had a high level of protection against forgery, a larger size and a more attractive design. For 18 years of existence, the hryvnia changed its appearance about three times, retaining only common features. The sizes of banknotes differed depending on the nominal value, the colors of the steel are saturated. The hryvnia was even called the most beautiful currency in the world in 2011.

How many samples of a bill of 200 hryvnia was in the history of Ukraine

According to European experts, the Ukrainian currency has received the status of the most beautiful in the world due to a successful design, after all, according to people, it wants to be considered and studied. Especially striking is a purple bright denomination of 200 hryvnia. For the first time, a denomination of 200 UAH appeared before 2001, but it was completely different. First of all, the original version was a white-blue, small-sized, with a portrait of Lesya Ukrainka. 200 hryvnias of the old model gradually left the money turnover, giving way to a new bill of 2001, which was more attractive. A new sample was introduced in 2007 by the National Bank of Ukraine.

Denomination of "two hundred" of a new sample

Since the issuance of the bill 200 hryvnia, the number of fakes has significantly decreased. The old samples were of low protection. The new banknote, in addition to elements for visual protection, places elements that are endowed with magnetic properties and can be determined in ultraviolet and infrared rays.

Significantly, external signs of 200 hryvnia have also changed. The denomination on the front has a portrait of Lesya Ukrainka, and on the reverse side there is a part of the tower of Lutsk Castle. The banknotes also have their own peculiarities: they contain local watermarks. On the bill are watermarks of the portrait of Lesya Ukrainka, individual inscriptions and images, there is also a separate sign that has a different relief of the paint. It feels to the touch, which is especially useful for people who have poor eyesight. Total "two hundred" has 12 degrees of protection, which corresponds to European standards.

The rate of the Ukrainian hryvnia

The difficult situation in Ukraine has led to the fact that the Ukrainian hryvnia is increasingly depreciating in the foreign exchange market. By the regulation on August 12, 2014, the banks of the country very much increased the rates of foreign currencies, especially the dollar and the ruble. According to the Central Bank of Russia, on August 12, one Ukrainian hryvnia can be purchased for 2.8384 rubles. The National Bank of Ukraine as of this date has established the exchange rate of the dollar in relation to the hryvnia 1 to 13.

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