The Belarusian 50 Ruble bank note was one of the smaller denominations of paper currency in the year 2000. On the front of this money is Brest’s Fortress which is an old fort (including 4 gates one of which is pictured called Holmsky) constructed to protect the western border of the Russian Empire (it was assembled in the early 1800s). The reverse side of the bank note is a World War II memorial in the shape of a star with prints of tapestry on the left and right. This bill is largely red in color with some green and small bit orange.
We have photographs of a year 2000 fifty ruble bill from Belarus below. This paper currency is in uncirculated condition and its serial number is the following: 5368958.