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75 Years of the Chernivtsi Oblast

Putting into circulation : 5 August 2015
Technical Specifications
Denomination Metal Weight, g Diameter, mm Quality class of coinage Edge Mintage, pcs Actual, pcs
5 bimetal from nonprecious metals 9.4 28,0 special uncirculated sectoral corrugation 30000 30000

Series: Oblasts of Ukraine
The coin is dedicated to the land which combines historical destinies of Northern Bukovina and a part of Bessarabia located in the south west of Ukraine at the foothills of the Carpathians down the Dniester and the Prut Rivers. This region is rich in recreational resources; there is economic potential for the development of interregional and international cooperation. This picturesque part of Ukraine is abundant in places fit for multi-purpose tourism, mass educational rest and recreation: there is a great number of protected areas, numerous historical and cultural monuments and mineral water springs.
Retail price, Hryvnas: 44

Obverse: above there is the Small Coat of Arms of Ukraine with the semicircular inscriptions: above - НАЦІОНАЛЬНИЙ БАНК УКРАЇНИ (National Bank of Ukraine), below - П`ЯТЬ ГРИВЕНЬ (five hryvnias); to the right there is the mark of the Mint of the National Bank of Ukraine; above there is depicted the Three Holy Hierarchs Church, the Residence of Bukovinian Metropolitans against the background of the Khotyn Fortress; in the foreground there is depicted the composition: on the hill, there are sheep and the musician playing the trembita; there are stylized elements below the composition: fragments of the musical notation of the song `Chervona Ruta` (Red Rue), Bukovinian ornamentation and a flower; to the right above the trembita there is the year of issue - 2015.
On the reverse: there is depicted the oblast coat of arms, along the coin circumference there are the legends: above - ЧЕРНІВЕЦЬКА ОБЛАСТЬ (Chernivtsi Oblast), below - ЗАСНОВАНА У 1940 РОЦІ (established in 1940).
Designer: Sviatoslav Ivanenko
Engraver: Sviatoslav Ivanenko