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500 Dinara, 1942

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10 Dinara, 2011

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Front: Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic (1787-1864), a Serbian philolog and linguist, the major reformer of the Serbian language

Back: Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic; First Slavic Congress in Prague, 1848

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20 Dinara, 2011

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Front: Petar II Petrovic Njegos (1813-1851), a Serbian Prince and Orthodox Bishop of Montenegro

Back: Photo of Petar II Petrovic Njegos; Mausoleum of Petar II Petrovic-Njegos

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50 Dinara, 2014

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Front: Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac (1856-1914), Serbia composer and music educator

Back: Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac; scores and linear art from Gospel of Miroslav illuminated

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100 Dinara, 2003

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Front: Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), Serbian-American inventor and researcher

Back: Photo of Nikola Tesla; electromagnetic induction engine

 

200 Dinara, 2011

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Front: Nadezda Petrovic (1873-1915), considered the most important Serbian female painter from the late 19th and early 20th century

Back: Nadezda Petrovic, Gracanica Monastery in Kosovo

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Gracanica Monastery

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500 Dinara, 2004

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Front: Jovan Cvijic (1865-1927), a Serbian geographer, president of the Serbian Royal Academy of Sciences; planimetrical drawing

Back: Jovan Cvijic

 

1000 Dinara, 2014

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Front: Đorde Vajfert (1850-1937), Governor of the National Bank of Serbia 1890-1902, 1912-1926

Back: Đorde Vajfert; Interior of National Bank, Belgrade

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2000 Dinara, 2012

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Front: Milutin Milankovic (1879-1958), Serbian mathematician and scientist

Back: Milutin Milankovic; fragments of his scientific work

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5000 Dinara, 2010

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Front: Slobodan Jovanovic (1869-1958), Serbian jurist, historian, sociologist, journalist and literary critic

Back: Slobodan Jovanovic; Parliament building, Belgrade

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Serbia, located in eastern Europe, was a kingdom until WWII. The name of the kingdom was later changed to Yugoslavia. It was occupied by Germany 1941-45. Yugoslavia ceased to exist as of February 4, 2003 when Serbia and Montenegro joined to form the Federation of Serb and Montenegro. Serbia issues its own currency. Montenegro uses Euro. In May 22, 2006 voters of Montenegro decided to sever the country's union with Serbia. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Serbia.

 

 

 

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