|Country: Belarus||Metal Purity: 925||Box: No|
|Year of Issue: 2011||Weight: 28.28 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 20 rubles||Dimensions: 38,61||Coin Accent: Hologram|
|ID: BY0386||Quality: Brilliant uncirculated|
|Mintage quantity: 7000 pcs|
One more coin in the series “Sailing ships” was presented by the National Bank of the Republic Belarus. This impressive silver coin titled “Kruzenshtern” is dedicated to the training ship, launched on June 23 in 1926. This four-masted bark is named after the famous Russian explorer and admiral Ivan Kruzenshtern.
The silver coin obverse features the image of stylized wind rose coated with laser made hologram. The sea chart is depicted in the background; the relief of the state coat of arms of the Republic Belarus and the name of the issuing country are indicated at the top of the obverse.
The reverse design of the silver coin is decorated with a fine image of the famous sailing ship “Kruzenshtern”. Today bark “Kruzenshtern” belongs to the Baltic Fishing Fleet State Academy of Russia, continuing to surf the blue space of the seas and oceans, and is also used for training purposes. The reverse also represents a small image of “Kruzenshtern” below it there is the engraved name of the ship. The bark “Kruzenshtern” regularly participates in international sailing regattas and often is used in filming of movies with great commercial success.