The central figure in the bill is an explorer Sir Edmund Percival Hillary. The wind ruffles his hair, opens the collar of his shirt, the weather has left marks on his face. Colors are like sunburn, finding while traveling. Hillary conquered Everest at the age of 33 (1953), crossed the Antarctic (1958), descended on a boat on the Ganges (1977).
Even sharks imbued with appeasement of the Cook Islands. Peace and bliss reign in these green islands between Hawaii and New Zealand. There are no hotels or high-rise buildings, no tourists.
The design of the banknote is fully consistent with the style of the city - it boils, moving, living a full and very manufacturable life.
The extraordinary hat emblazoned on the head Ragnheidur Jonsdottir (1646-1715), who was an outstanding seamstress. And besides, she was the wife of the two follow each other Icelandic bishops.
The nature of the Faroe Islands is very severe. They are located in the North Atlantic between Norway and Iceland. The beauty of the north is soft, discreet, and windy. And the character of the people equally open and strong. Because of that fact banknotes have such a concise and rigorous design, and crab looks simply amazing.