Add a splash of color and the vibrant lore of Medieval Hungary to your collection, with this detailed 200 Forint Note! Issued from 2000-2007, it features the portrait of King Charles Robert I, who ruled from 1301-1342. During his time on the throne, King Robert both enriched and civilized his kingdom.
The note's back shows the ruins of the historic Diosgyor Castle. This elaborate spot was a favorite of King Robert's son, Louis the Great (1342-1382, often called the "Knight King"). Louis built up the location by expanding on an existing structure – adding four massive towers connected by two-story suites. A grand castle, it became the "estate of queens" following King Louis' death, passed from queen to queen as a wedding gift. Now, you can hold the beauty of the past on a handsome modern note, all at an affordable price!
- Year: Date Our Choice
- Countries: Hungary
- Material: Paper
- Product Type: Single Products