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Some Trivias About the New Philippine Bank Notes:

P 20.00 FEATURES

FRONT

- President Manuel L. Quezon
- Filipino as the National Language
- Malacanan Palace
- Seal of the Republic of the Philippines
- New BSP Seal

BACK

- Banaue Rice Terraces (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
- Palm Civet (see description below)
- Indigenous weave design from the Cordilleras

P 50.00 FEATURES

FRONT

- President Sergio Osmena
- First National Assembly
- Leyte Landing
- Seal of the Republic of the Philippines
- New BSP Seal

BACK

- Taal Lake
- Maliputo
- Embroidery design from Batangas province

P 100.00 FEATURES

FRONT

- President Manuel A. Roxas
- Central Bank of the Philippines (1949)
- Inauguration of the Third Republic (July 4, 1946)
- Seal of the Republic of the Philippines
- New BSP Seal

BACK

- Mayon Volcano
- Whale Shark (Rhincodon Typus)
- Indigenous textile design from the Bicol Region

P200.00 FEATURES

- President Diosdado P. Macapagal
- EDSA People Power II (January 2001)
- Independence House
- Barasoain Church
- Seal of the Republic of the Philippines
- New BSP Seal

BACK

- Bohol Chocolate Hills
- Tarsier Tarsius shyrichta
- Indigenous weave design from the Visayas

P500.00 FEATURES

FRONT

- Icons of Democracy Presidetn Corazon C. Aquino and Senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr. - EDSA People Power (February 1986)
- Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Monument
- Seal of the Republic of the Philippines

BACK

- Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site) - Blue-naped Parrot
- Indigenous weave design from Southern Palawan

P1,000.00 FEATURES

FRONT

- War Heroes: Josefa Llanes Escoda, Jose Abad Santos and Vicente Lim - Centennial of the Philippine Independence (1998)
- Medal of Honor
- Seal of the Republic of the Philippines
- New BSP Seal

BACK

- Tubbataha Reefs National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site) - South Sea Pearl
- T'nalak or ikat--dyed abaca woven in...
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