Banknotes in Circulation
The Valle de Cocora in Quindío, with the wax palm tree (the national tree), the Barranquero bird and the flower of the Sietecueros, together with the image of President Carlos Lleras Restrepo, are part of the image of the new 100 thousand-peso banknote.
The Lost City (heart of the Tayrona culture), the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, a hummingbird feeding from a flower, and a Burgao snail, together with the image of Gabriel García Márquez, the Nobel Prize in literature, are the image of the new banknote.
The channels at La Mojana in the region where the Zenú people settled, the fruit of the anón, the Zenú earring, and the sombrero vueltiao, together with President Alfonso López Michelsen, are the image of the new banknote.
The anthropologist Virginia Gutiérrez, together with the Amazon region, the Victoria Regia flower, and the tree frog are the image of the new banknote.
The poet José Asunción Silva, the Colombian paramos, a puya plant and a bee are the image of the new banknote.
The artist Débora Arango, "Caño Cristales" ( the river of five colors), the leaves and fruit of the Milky Way tree and the graphic representation of the bird in the work Las monjas y el cardenal are the image of the new banknote.
Other Banknotes Still in Circulation
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