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Latvian lats

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  • Latvia, Republic
  • Latvian lats
  • Riga
  • of 64 589 sq. km
  • Latvian (state), Lithuanian, Russian
  • LV (LVA) 428

National monetary unit of Latvia is Latvian lats, making 100 centimes. As an issuing bank the Latvian bank acts. In the cash circulation there are denominations of denomination 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500 lats.

Latvia is an exhibiting country the European Union .

Lats - currency of Latvia in 1922-1940 and since 1993 (after independence restoration, in 1992 the Latvian ruble was manufactured).

the Flag Latvia the Map Latvia
the Arms Latvia

On face side of a denomination of denomination 5 lats in the size 130 x 65 mm is seated the oak plotting, and on the turnaround To the party the national ornament in the form of the stylised plotting of the sun is represented. On the note there is a water Sign in the form of a portrait of the girl. A protective strip with retried microtext " Ls 5" passes on a denomination To the right of the center. The holographic metallized diving protective strip occurs on a denomination reverse.

Face side 5 lats of Latvia
the Back 5 lats of Latvia

On face side of other denominations of Latvia are represented: 10 lats - the river Daugava; 20 lats - a national log house; 50 lats - a sailing vessel; 100 lats - writer Krishjanis the Baron (1835-1923); 500 lats - the girl in the Latvian clothes.

Face side 50 lats of Latvia
the Back 50 lats of Latvia

It is updated 05.2012


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