|The value||1 афгани|
|Description||Серия и номер банкноты могут отличаться от представленной на фото|
|Dimensions||130 x 55 мм|
Front side: coat of Arms of the Central Bank of Afghanistan, depicting an ancient Greek coin and a cornucopia.
Downside: the Tomb of Hazrat Ali, also known as the Blue mosque in Mazar-I-Sharif.
Watermark: Tomb of Ahmad Shah Durrani.
Legend obverse: "1939 DA AFGHANISTAN BANK". Legend reverse: "Da Afghanistan Afghani Bank1"
The blue mosque or Shrine of Hazrat Ali mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. One of the alleged burial grounds of the last righteous Caliph Ali, son-in-law and cousin of prophet Muhammad. The center of the whole social and religious life of the city. Every year on March 21 over the temple up a huge banner — Janda, symbolizing the beginning of the forty-day celebration of the New year — Navruz. In the southern part of the courtyard of the mosque is the mausoleum of Hazrat Ali, whose walls are entirely decorated with blue tiled carpet. In the courtyard of the mosque, are the tombs of two saints — Sher Ali and Akbar Khan.