Peru Banco Central
As well-known by Law 25295, the currency unit of Peru since January 1991 is the Nuevo Sol. The “Inti” and “Sol de Oro”, our previous monetary units, have been withdrawn from circulation and are no longer legal tenders in the country.
Because of the purpose of promoting our country’s crucial social heritage and fostering a numismatic tradition, in 2010 the Central Bank began issuing the Numismatic Series called “Wealth and Pride of Peru”.
Vicus Pottery - Piura
The National Coat of Arms, the inscription “Banco Central de Reserva del Perú”, and also the year of minting tend to be shown within the obverse of all the Peruvian coins.
a structure of two Vicus pottery pieces representing a duck and a deer is featured during the opposite side of the coin.
Huarautambo – Pasco
The reverse shows a structure of a water water fountain and an Inca connection found in the Archaeological website of Huarautambo in Pasco.
Moquegua Architecture - Moquegua
The opposite with this money features an intersection of cobblestone streets lined by houses because of the triangular or trapezoidal gable roofs unique of Moquegua design.
The Pusharo Petroglyphs – Madre de Dios
The reverse side of the coin reproduces several of the most representative petroglyphs or rock engravings discovered in Pusharo in the region of Alto Madre de Dios. Specialists claim the engravings could be because old as 2, 000 yrs old.
The Cathedral of Lima - Lima
The Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) put into blood flow a unique 1 NUEVO SOL money featuring a graphic of the frontispiece associated with the Cathedral of Lima regarding reverse region of the money.
Antiguo Resort Palace - Loreto
The façade for the Antiguo resort Palace, design masterpiece regarded as being an integral part of Peru’s Cultural history, is featured in the center of the reverse of the coin. The inscription ANTIGUO HOTEL PALACE 1912 seems in the top region of the reverse.
Huaca de la Luna - La Libertad
The opposite for this money features the Jesus regarding the Mountains, among major Mochica divinities depicted when you look at the wall space regarding the temples of this ancient ceremonial website, which are ornamented with colorful geometrical styles.
Sacred City of Caral - Lima
The reverse with this coin reproduces an aerial view associated with Sacred City of Caral using its circular plaza. Caral is considered becoming the essential ancient town associated with the Americas.