Norway - 50 Kroner

Norway - 50 kroner - 2019 - Pnew

The primary motif on the 50-krone note is based on Utvær Lighthouse in Solund municipality. This lighthouse was built in 1900 and is Norway's westernmost point. The pattern on the reverse side of the 50-krone note represents a light signal from a lighthouse. The wind is light, symbolised by the short rectangular shapes and gentle waves in the organic pattern. You can also see the constellation Ursa Major and the nautical chart symbol showing the divisions between the light sectors of a lighthouse.

Steven Sunday 23 June 2019 at 09:47 am | | space
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