|Country: Belarus||Metal Purity: 925||Box: No|
|Year of Issue: 2011||Weight: 28.28 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 20 rubles||Dimensions: 28 x 40||Coin Accent: Unusual Shape|
|ID: BY0391||Quality: Proof|
|Mintage quantity: 3500 pcs|
The "World of Sculpture" series issued by the National Bank of the Belarus presents the most famous and beautiful sculptures of the world. In 2010 the following coins were issued: "Cupid and Psyche" (A. Canova), "Nefertiti", "Thinker" (A,. Rodin) and "Ecstasy of Saint Theresa" (G.I. Bernini). The 2011 issues will include following coins: "Voltaire" (J.A. Houdon) and "Paleolithic Venus", and two other coins being in designing.
On mirrored background of the obverse there are an image of a bull (pictograph) from Lascaux and inscriptions in Belorussian language along the borders - "Republic of Belarus", "20 Rubles" and "2010". At the upper left corner there is the Coat of Arms of the Republic of Belarus.
On mirrored background of the reverse there are an image of the Paleolithic Venus of Kastionki (Russia), name of the sculpture in Belorussian language and the hallmark - Ag 925.