Poland announces new commemorative note for 2016

The Narodowy Bank Polski (National Bank of Poland) has announced that a commemorative banknote of 20 zlotych will be issued in April 2016. In total 30,000 pieces of the new note will be available to the public.

The new note will commemorate the fact that 1,050 years ago in 966 AD Mieszko I (who ruled a territory roughly that of present-day Poland) converted to Christianity. This is supposed to be the founding of the Polish state. Perhaps we will get an image of Mieszko I on this banknote?

Steven Wednesday 05 August 2015 at 10:48 am | | news
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