|The value||10 мунгу|
|Description||Серия и номер банкноты могут отличаться от представленной на фото|
|Dimensions||45 х 90 мм|
Banknote of 10 mengue 1993 - Mongolia - World Paper Money P-49 - UNC. Series 1993 ND, 1994-1998 Issue.
Front side: Soyombo, archery (Naadam).
Soyombo (from SKT. ??????? — "samogorodskaya", letter. Mong. soyombu, soyongbu) is an ancient complex symbol, derived from the Hindu-Buddhist heritage. It was popularized in Mongolia one of the most significant historical figures of the country, Zanabazar in the XVII century and since then was seen as a symbol of the Mongolian people. Zanabazar also introduced this character in he invented the Soyombo script.
Downside: archery. Emission center:the Bank of Mongolia.
Nadom (Mong. Naadam, stromung.: na?adum, games) — a traditional Mongolian contest-also known as "three men's games" (eriin Gurvan Naadam), is the Mongolian wrestling, horse racing and archery. Carried out throughout the country in Midsummer.
Mongolian sport of archery (Mong. suryn, charva) is characterized by the fact that, in addition to the main target, there are hundreds of additional, made of leather (sur). In this competition involved both men and women. It is held between two teams, each of which has four arrows; each team has to hit 33 "Sura". Men shoot from a distance of 75 metres, the women from 65. If the shooter hit the target "bull's eye", the referee shouts "Uukhai!" ("Bravo, Hooray!") The winner is awarded the title of "national marksman" (Arden harbach).
Emission center: the Bank of Mongolia. Legend reverse: "MONGOL ULS 10 MONGO MONGOLBANK".