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1988-2004 | 2017

 

 

2,000 Ariary, (2017)

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Front: A lemur

Back: A tropical pitcher plant

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5,000 Ariary, (2017)

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Front: A waterfall in Ranomafana National Park

Back: A humpback whale

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10,000 Ariary, (2017)

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Front: The Port of Ehoala

Back: Musical instrument Valiha and wood carvings by the ethnic group Zafimaniry

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20,000 Ariary, (2017)

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Front: The nickel processing plant at Ambatovy

Back: Vanilla, rice, and lychees

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Madagascar, located in the Indian Ocean 250 miles from the southeast coast of Africa, was a French colony from 1886 until 1958 when it became the Malagasy Republic, an autonomous state within the French Community. It attained complete independence in 1960, and renamed the Democratic Republic of Madagascar in 1976. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Madagascar.

 

 

 

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