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Saint Cyril Church

Putting into circulation : 8 November 2006
Technical Specifications
Denomination Metal Weight of pure precious metals, gramme Diameter, mm Quality class of coinage Edge Mintage, pcs Actual, pcs
10 silver (Ag 925) 31.1 38,6 proof corrugated 8000 8000

Series: Architectural monuments of Ukraine
The commemorative coins are dedicated to the famous architectural and historical monument of XII century – St. Cyril Church in Kyiv, wherein the Grand Duke Sviatoslav, a hero of the Ancient Rus poem “The Lay of Igor’s Campaign” was buried in 1194.
Retail price, Hryvnas: 1622

On the obverse of the both coins there is a composition of M. Vrubel “Angels with Labara” from paintings of St. Cyril Church, above there is the semicircular inscription -- НАЦІОНАЛЬНИЙ БАНК УКРАЇНИ (The National Bank of Ukraine), below it - the year of coinage -- 2006, the Small National Emblem of Ukraine, underneath – the denomination: on the silver coin -- 10 / ГРИВЕНЬ (10 hryvnias), the kind of metal and its fineness -- Ag 925, its weight in fineness -- 31.1; on the coin of German silver -- 5 / ГРИВЕНЬ (5 hryvnias). The both coins have the logotype of the National Bank of Ukraine Mint.
On the reverse of the both coins the St. Cyril Church is depicted with the inscriptions: above the semicircular one - КИРИЛІВСЬКА ЦЕРКВА ХІІ СТ. (St. Cyril Church of the ХІІ century), below - КИЇВ (Kyiv).
Designer: Mykola Kochubei
Engraver: Volodymyr Atamanchuk