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The series "Sailing ships" Kruzenshtern.
"Kruzenshtern" — a four-masted barque, the Russian training sailing ship. Built in the years 1925-1926 by the shipyard John. Tecklenborg in Geestemuende near Bremerhaven (Germany), the descent is named Padua, in 1946, moved on reparations in the property of the USSR and renamed in honor of the famous Russian Explorer Admiral Ivan Fedorovich Krusenstern.
Obverse: at the top – the relief image of the State emblem of the Republic of Belarus and in a circle the inscription: the REPUBLIC of BELARUS; in the center of the coin on the background of a nautical chart is a stylized image of the wind rose; at the bottom the face value: 1 RUBEL, on his left – year of issue.
Reverse: centrally, an image of one of the swiftest sailing ships of the world "Kruzenshtern" in the sea background at the bottom – reduced image of this ship (side view), and under it the inscription: KRUZENSHTERN.