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1993-2002 | 2009-2014

 

 

50 Tyiyn, (1993)

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1 Som, (1993)

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20 Som, (1993)

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10 Som, (1994)

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Front: Kasym Tynystanov (1901-1938), scholar and poet

Back: The Seven Bulls rock formation in Jety-Orguz, near Karakol, in Issyk-Kul oblast.

 

The Seven Bulls Rock Formation

The Seven Bulls rock formation

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20 Som, (1994)

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Front: Togolok Moldo (1860-1942), poet

Back: Manas Mousoleum in Talas

 

Manas Mousoleum

Manas' Mousoleum

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50 Som, (1994)

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Front: Kurmanjan Datka (1811-1907), Kyrgyz Republic stateswoman

Back: Mausoleum and minaret in the Uzgen Architectural Site near Osh

 

Mausoleum and minaret

Mausoleum and minaret

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5 Som, 1997

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Front: Bubusara Beyshenalieva (1926-1973), ballerina

Back: Kyrgyz National Opera and Ballet Theater in Bishkek

 

National Opera and Ballet Theater

National Opera and Ballet Theater

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10 Som, 1997

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Front: Kasym Tynystanov (1901-1938), scholar and poet

Back: The Seven Bulls rock formation in Jety-Orguz, near Karakol, in Issyk-Kul oblast.

 

20 Som, (2002)

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Front: Togolok Moldo (1860-1942), poet

Moldo, born Bayymbet Abdyrakhmanovinto, was raised by his uncle who was a well-known Komuz player. The name Togololok Moldo was given to him by his audiences. Togolok means round-faced, and Moldo means an educated person. He recorded and wrote many national folk songs and many of the texts are now kept in the Manuscript Library of the National Academy of Sciences.

Back: Manas Mousoleum in Talas

 

50 Som, (2002)

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Front: Kurmanjan Datka (1811-1907), Kyrgyz Republic stateswoman

Back: Mausoleum and minaret in the Uzgen Architectural Site near Osh

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100 Som, (2002)

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Front: Toktogul Satylganov (1864-1933), Kyrgyz poet

Back: Khan Tengri Mountain on the China-Kyrgyzstan-Kazakhstan border

 

Khan Tengri Mountain

Khan Tengri Mountain

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Kyrgyzstan, bordered by China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Tadzhikistan, was Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic of the U.S.S.R. Became an independent republic in 1991. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Kyrgyzstan.

 

 

 

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