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Genoese Fortress in the town of Sudak (silver)
Genoese Fortress in the town of Sudak (silver)
Genoese Fortress in the town of Sudak (silver)

Genoese Fortress in the town of Sudak (silver)

Friday, 30 May 2003
Rating: 31,1 grivnas
metall: silver (Ag 925)
circulation: 3000
diametr: 38,6 mm
The weight: 31,1 grams
herd: corrugated
series: Architecture Ukraine
category: proof
NBU Price: 600
The coin is dedicated to the Genoese Fortress, a distinguished medieval fortification work of 14th-15th centuries located in Sudak, the former capital of Soldaia Consulate of the Genoese Republic in the Crimea. The fortress majestic ramparts and towers had been under construction for about 100 years and now belong to the most interesting monuments of the world architecture
On the coin obverse there is depicted the fortress lay-out in whose centre against the background of a conventionalized ornament there is an inscription: 10 ГРИВЕНЬ (10 hryvnia. On both sides there are figures of a warrior with an arbalest (on the right)
On the coin reverse there is depicted the fortress against whose background (beneath) there is an inscription: 14th-15th centuries, separated by between a heraldic plate the coat of arms of Genoase doge, the Genoese Republic and the Consulate) which decor
artist: Larysa Koren
sculptor: Volodymyr Atamanchuk

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