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Botswana

 

1 Pula, (1976)

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Front: Seretse Khama (1921-1980), first President of Botswana 1966-1980; African hoopoe

Back: Farmer milking cow

 

African Hoopoe

African Hoopoe

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2 Pula, (1982)

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Front: Quett Ketumile Joni Masire (1925-) second President of Botswana 1980-1998; Grey Lourie

Back: Various workers

 

Grey Lourie

Grey Lourie

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5 Pula, (1992)

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Front: Quett Ketumile Joni Masire (1925-) second President of Botswana 1980-1998; Helmeted guinea fowl

Back: Gemsbok antelope

 

Helmeted Guinea Fowl

Helmeted Guinea Fowl

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Gemsbok Antelope

Gemsbok antelope

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10 Pula, 2002

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Front: Festus Gontebanye Mogae (1939-), President of Botswana 1998-2008; Hornbill

Back: Parliament building in Gaborone

 

Hornbill

Hornbill

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Parliament building

Parliament building

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20 Pula, 2002

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Front: Kgalemang Tumedisco Motsete (1900-1974), composer of the national anthem; Ostrich

Back: A mining installation

 

Ostrich

Ostrich

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10 Pula, (2009)

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Front: Seretse Khama Ian Khama (1953-), fourth President of Botswana 2008-present

Back: Natioanal Assembly building in Gaborone

Scans courtesy tangrediworldnote$

 

Parliament building

Parliament building

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20 Pula, (2009)

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Kgalemang Tumedisco Motsete (1900-1974), composer of the national anthem

Back: A mining installation

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50 Pula, (2009)

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Seretse Khama (1921-1980), first President of Botswana 1966-1980

Back: Okavango Delta swamps

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Okavango Delta Swamps

Okavango Delta Swamps

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100 Pula, (2009)

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Front: Three chiefs - Sebeli I, Batheon I and Khama III who travelled to Britain in the 1890s to secure the country's identity

Back: An open pit diamond mine and a diamond sorter examining a rough diamond

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200 Pula, (2009)

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Front: Art work of a woman teaching pupils. The concept is intended primarily to underscore the contribution of women in the country's development through education

Back: A herd of zebras at a waterhole

Courtesy emiros50

 

A Herd of Zebras

A Herd of Zebras

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Botswana, located in south central Africa, was a British protectorate of Bechuanaland 1885-1996. Became the independent Republic of Botswana in 1966. It's a member of the British Commonwealth. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Botswana.

 

 

 

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