The Bank of Russia issued Russian Ruble banknotes in 10 different denominations, including this 5 Russian Rubles banknote (1997). They are part of the current Russian Ruble banknotes series. The Bank of Russia started issuing these 5 Russian Ruble banknotes in 1997. They are currently still in circulation. The green-colored 5 New Ruble banknote of 1997 features the Monument of the Russian Millennium in Novgorod and Kiev’s St Sophia Cathedral on the front side. On the backside is an image of Novgorod’s old Medieval city wall with watchtowers.
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5 Russian Rubles (Veliky Novgorod)
10 Russian Rubles (Krasnoyarsk)
50 Russian Rubles (Saint Peterburg )
100 Russian Rubles (Moscow)
200 Russian Rubles (Sevastopol)
500 Russian Rubles (Arhangelsk)
1000 Russian Rubles (Yaroslavl)
2000 Russian Rubles (Russian Far East)
5000 Russian Rubles (Khabarovsk)