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1995-2005 | 2012-2017

 

 

1 Manat, 2012

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Front: Togrul Beg Turkmen (990-1063), founder of the Seljuq Empire, and the first sultan of this empire 1037-1063

Back: Beyik Saparmyrat Türkmenbasynyn Milli Medeniyet Merkezi (National Cultural Centre of Turkmenistan) buildings

Courtesy coininvest

 

5 Manat, 2012

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Front: Sultan Sanjar Turkmen (1086-1157), last ruler of the Seljuk Empire 1118-1157

During his rule Merv became the capital of the Seljuk Empire that developed science, culture and arts.

Back: Buildings; Garassyzlyk Binasy and Bitaraplyk Binasy (Independence Monument and Neutrality Arch in Ashgabat)

Courtesy coininvest

 

Neutrality Arch

Neutrality Arch

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10 Manat, 2012

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Front: Magtymguy Pyragy (1733-1797), Turkmen spiritual leader and philosophical poet

Back: Türkmenistanyn Merkezi Banky (Turkmenistan central bank) headquarters building

Courtesy coininvest

 

Turkmenistan Central Bank

Turkmenistan central bank

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20 Manat, 2012

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Front: Gorogly Beg Turkmen

Back: Ruhyyet Kösgi (Palace of Spirituality), Ashgabat

Courtesy coininvest

 

Ruhyyet Palace

Ruhyyet Palace

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50 Manat, 2014

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Front: Gorgut Ata Türkmen (aka Dede Korkut)

Back: Türkmenistanyn Mejlisi (National Assembly of Turkmenistan), Asgabat

Courtesy banknote.de

 

100 Manat, 2014

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Front: Oguz Han Türkmen

Back: Prezident Kösgi (President's Palace), Asgabat

Courtesy banknote.de

 

1 Manat, 2017
Commemorates 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, Ashgabat

1 Manat, 2017 front
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Front: Togrul Beg Turkmen (990-1063), founder of the Seljuq Empire, and the first sultan of this empire 1037-1063

Back: Ashgabat airport

Courtesy banknote news

 

Ashgabat airport

Ashgabat airport

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5 Manat, 2017
Commemorates 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, Ashgabat

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Front: Sultan Sanjar Turkmen (1086-1157), last ruler of the Seljuk Empire 1118-1157

Back: Welotrek Sport Toplumy

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10 Manat, 2017
Commemorates 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, Ashgabat

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Front: Magtymguy Pyragy (1733-1797), Turkmen spiritual leader and philosophical poet

Back: Basa Bas Sowes Sungaty Sport Toplumy

Courtesy brekke.ru

 

20 Manat, 2017
Commemorates 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, Ashgabat

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Front: Gorogly Beg Turkmen

Back: Sportun Oyun Gornuslerinin Toplumy

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50 Manat, 2017
Commemorates 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, Ashgabat

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Front: Gorgut Ata Türkmen (aka Dede Korkut)

Back: Yenil Atletika Toplumy

Courtesy brekke.ru

 

100 Manat, 2017
Commemorates 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games, Ashgabat

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Front: Oguz Han Türkmen

Back: Ashgabat Olimpiya Stadiony

Courtesy brekke.ru

1995-2005 | 2012-2017

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Turkmenistan, bordered by Uzbekistan, Iran, Afghanistan and the Caspian Sea, was Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic of the U.S.S.R. Became independent in 1991. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Turkmenistan.

 

 

 

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