Croatian kuna

Croatian kuna.

Alphabetic reference:HRK.
ISO 4217 code:191.
The fractional:100 lindens.


5 Croatian kuna (122х61)
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Pyotr Zrinsky – a ban (governor) of Croatia (1664 – 1671) and Fran Krsto Frankopan – the Croatian politician, the poet. Both were executed for the organization of plot against a monarchical dynasty GabsburgovImage of the Varadzhinsky lock
10 Croatian kuna (126х63)
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Yuray Dobrila — the Croatian bishop, the publisher and the philanthropistThe image of an amphitheater in the Bullet
20 Croatian kuna (130х65)
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The count Josip Elachich — the Austrian commander of the Croatian origin, a ban (governor) of Croatia (1848 – 1859). I abolished a serfdom in CroatiaThe image of the palace Elts in Vukovare and vuchedolsky pigeons – a ceramic vessel, an example of the Balkan eneolitichesky culture of 3000-2600 BC.
50 Croatian kuna (134х67)
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Ivan Gundulich – the poet of an era of baroque, the classic of the Croatian literatureThe image of views of the Old city of Dubrovnik which native is Ivan Gundulich
100 Croatian kuna (138х69)
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Ivan Mazhuranich – the Croatian poet and the text on the Bashchansky plate – one of the most ancient monuments to the Croatian writingThe image of a cathedral of Saint Vitus in Rijeka, a general view and the plan
200 Croatian kuna (142х71)
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Stepan Radich – the Yugoslavian politician of the Croatian origin, the founder of the Croatian people’s peasants partyImage of Osiyeksky fortress
500 Croatian kuna (146х73)
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Marko Marulich – the Croatian medieval poet and the humanist famous as “the father of the Croatian Renaissance” and “the father of the Croatian literature”Image of the Palace of the Roman emperor Diokletian and monument to the Croatian king
1000 Croatian kuna (150х75)
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To Anta Starchevich – the politician, the publicist and the writer, the active figure of the movement for independence of Croatia, one of founders of the Croatian party of the right. In modern Croatia quite often is called as “the father of the fatherland”The image of a monument to the king Tomislav I and a cathedral of Rise of Virgin Mary in Zagreb


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