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National Currency, Uzbekistan

National Currency of Uzbekistan

National Currency of Uzbekistan is sum (also som, soum). The ISO 4217 currency code is UZS. One Uzbek sum is one hundred tiyin. The State Bank of Uzbekistan issued the first banknotes in 1993.

All of the denominations share the same designs: the Coat of arms of Uzbekistan on the front and the Madrasah on Registan Square in Samarkand.

The second and current series, issued by the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan, were released in 1994 in denominations of 1, 3, 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 sum.

A 200 sum banknote was issued in 1997, the 500 sum in 1999, the 1000 sum in 2001, the 5000 sum in 2013, 10000 sum, 50000 sum in 2017, the 100000 banknote was issued in 2019.

1994-2019 Series
Image Value Description Date of printing
Obverse Reverse Reverse
national_currency_1_som_obverse.jpg national_currency_1_som_reverse.jpg 1 sum Alisher Navoi Opera and Ballet Theater in Tashkent 1994
national_currency_3_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_3_soms_reverse.jpg 3 sum Mosque of Chashma-Ayub mausoleum in Bukhara
national_currency_5_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_5_soms_reverse.jpg 5 sum Alisher Navoi Monument in Tashkent
national_currency_10_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_10_soms_reverse.jpg 10 sum Gur-Emir Mausoleum in Samarkand
national_currency_25_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_25_soms_reverse.jpg 25 sum The Mausoleum of Kazi Zade Rumi in the Shakhi Zinda complex in Samarkand
national_currency_50_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_50_soms_reverse.jpg 50 sum The three Madrasahs of the Registan in Samarkand
national_currency_100_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_100_soms_reverse.jpg 100 sum Bunyodkor Palace in Tashkent
national_currency_200_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_200_soms_reverse.jpg 200 sum Detail of a tiger mosaiс on the Sher-Dor Madrasah at the Registan in Samarkand 1997
national_currency_500_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_500_soms_reverse.jpg 500 sum Statue of Timur in Tashkent 1999
national_currency_1000_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_1000_soms_reverse.jpg 1000 sum Amir Timur Museum in Tashkent 2001
national_currency_5000_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_5000_soms_reverse.jpg 5000 sum National Assembly in Tashkent 2013
national_currency_10000_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_10000_soms_reverse.jpg 10000 sum Senate in Tashkent 2017
national_currency_50000_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_50000_soms_reverse.jpg 50000 sum Palace of Conventions in Tashkent 2017
national_currency_100000_soms_obverse.png national_currency_100000_soms_reverse.png 100000 sum Mirzo Ulugbek Observatory in Samarkand; Map of Uzbekistan 2019
national_currency_2000_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_2000_soms_reverse.jpg 2000 sum Ark Fortress in Bukhara; Poykent archeological site; map of Uzbekistan 2021
national_currency_20000_soms_obverse.jpg national_currency_20000_soms_reverse.jpg 20000 sum Koi Krylgan Kala; Janbas Kala settlement; ancient structure; Map of Uzbekistan; Pottery 2021
new_national_currency_5000_soms_obverse.jpg new_national_currency_5000_soms_reverse.jpg 5000 sum Sher-Dor Madrasah in Samarkand; settlement of Afrasiab; Map of Uzbekistan; Pottery 2021
new_national_currency_10000_soms_obverse.jpg new_national_currency_10000_soms_reverse.jpg 10000 sum Kukeldash Madrasah in Tashkent; Shoshtepa archeological site; Map of Uzbekistan; Pottery 2021
new_national_currency_50000_soms_obverse.jpg new_national_currency_50000_soms_reverse.jpg 50000 sum Fayaz-Tepa Complex in Termez; Pottery 2021
new_national_currency_100000_soms_obverse.jpg new_national_currency_100000_soms_reverse.jpg 100000 sum Itchan-Kala in Khiva; Angka Qala; Pottery 2021


In Uzbekistan coins available in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 and 500 sum.

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