The currency of the country Belarus is called the ruble and its 3 letter symbol is BYR. This type of bank note was first printed in the year 1992 after Belarus broke from the former Soviet Union. At one time this currency was pegged with Russia’s but a few years ago it decided to change it so it was tied to the US Dollar instead.
In the pictures below there is a 1000 Belarusian paper money bill from 1991. It is in uncirculated condition and has a mixture of colors including blues, pinks as well as light green. On its back is a print of the Academy of Sciences building which is in Minsk and has been around since 1928. The frontof this bank note has a geometric shaped pattern surrounding the paper money’s denomination 1000 number.