|Value||200 Korun (200 SKK)|
|Size||146 × 74 mm|
Portrait of Anton Bernolák, a Slovakian linguist and Catholic priest who was the first to write a standard for the Slovakian language.
Národná Banka Slovenska.
Dvesto Slovenských Korún.
National Bank of Slovakia.
Two hundred crowns.
View of the city of Trnava during the 18th century, a historical center often called "parva Roma", "Little Rome, because of the number of churches present in the country.
Lettering: Národná Banka Slovenska.
Translation: National Bank of Slovakia
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