National currency of Uzbekistan. Uzbek currency.
National currency of Uzbekistan is sum (also som, soum). The ISO 4217 currency code is UZS. One Uzbek sum is one hundred tiyin. The first banknotes were issued by the State Bank of Uzbekistan in 1993. All of the denominations share the same designs: the Coat of arms of Uzbekistan on the front and the Medressa on Reghistan Square in Samarkand. The second and current series, issued by the Central Bank of the Republic of Uzberkistan, were released in 1994 in denominations of 1, 3, 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 som. A 200 som banknote was issued in 1997, the 500 som in 1999, the 1000 som in 2001 and the 5000 som banknote was issued on July 1, 2013.
|Image||Value||Description||Date of printing|
|1 som||Alisher Navoi Opera and Ballet Theater in Tashkent||1994|
|3 som||Mosque of Çaçma Ayub Mazar in Bukhara|
|5 som||Ali Shir Nawai Monument in Tashkent|
|10 som||Gur-e Amir in Samarkand|
|25 som||The Mausoleum of Kazi Zade Rumi in the Shah-i-Zinda complex inSamarkand|
|50 som||The three Madrasahs of the Registan in Samarkand|
|100 som||Bunyodkor Palace in Tashkent|
|200 som||Detail of a tiger mosaiс on the Sher-Dor Madrasah at the Registan inSamarkand||1997|
|500 som||Statue of Timur in Tashkent||1999|
|1000 som||Amir Timur Museum in Tashkent||2001|
|5000 som||National Assembly (Oliy Majlis) in Tashkent||2013|
In Uzbekistan coins available in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 and 500 sum.