|The value||1000 афгани|
|Description||Серия и номер банкноты могут отличаться от представленной на фото|
|Dimensions||160 x 70 мм|
Banknote 1000 Afghanis 1991 - Afghanistan - World Paper Money P-61c - UNC. Series - 1979-1991 Issue.
Front side: the Blue mosque in Mazar-I-Sharif (the Shrine of Hazrat Ali), 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.
The flip side of the triumphal Arch ("Zafar Takiya") in Paghman (suburb of Kabul), about 20 km to the South, a popular place for the Friday festivities kubulau, built to commemorate the victory of Afghanistan over great Britain in the Third Anglo-Afghan war, which resulted in the formal recognition of the independence of the country, first with the young Soviet Republic (even before winning), and then the rest of the world. Built in the 1920s by a group of French and German architects who worked in these years in Afghanistan on the orders of king Amanullah (1919-29).
Watermark: None. Legend obverse: "1000 AFGHANIS". Legend reverse: "Da Afghanistan Bank 1000 AFGHANIS". SH (Solar Hejira) 1370 (????).