In the 2009 issues, motifs of the 25th Summer Universiade in Belgrade are shown.
(The Studenica monastery is a Serbian Orthodox monastery situated near Kraljevo in Central Serbia. It is one of the largest and richest Serb Orthodox monasteries, founded by Stefan Nemanja in 1190. The monastery is best known for its collection of 13th and 14th century Byzantine style fresco paintings. The monastery contains two churches – the Church of the Virgin and the Church of the King, both constructed in white marble. Tudenica monastery has been placed in the list of “Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance” in 1979 and in the list of World Heritage sites of UNESCO in 1986).
On the Back, the 10 Dinar Banknote, when viewed vertically, there is the photo of Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, participants in the first Slavic Congress held in Prague in 1848 and vignette of letters. The great Coat of Arms of the Republic of Serbia is in the top left hand corner of the Banknote, against an ochre background.
(The coins and Banknotes are from the collection of Ajit George. Scanning done and article researched and written by Rajeev Prasad )