100 litas (issued in 2000)

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Front. On the right of the banknote there is a portrait of Simonas Daukantas (1793–1864), initiator of the national rebirth movement, a historian who wrote the first history of Lithuania in the Lithuanian language. There are the inscriptions LIETUVOS BANKAS (BANK OF LITHUANIA) at the top and ŠIMTAS LITŲ (ONE HUNDRED LITAS) at the bottom of the banknote. At the left edge of the banknote vertically runs the inscription LIETUVOS BANKO VALDYBOS PIRMININKAS (CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF THE BANK OF LITHUANIA) alongside his signature and the year of issue 2000. The front of the banknote contains green, light brown and bluish colours. 
 

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Back. The picture of the Old Town of Vilnius, one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe, is presented on the back of the note. In the centre an architectural ensemble of Vilnius University, founded in 1579, with St. John's church and the belfry is depicted. There are the inscriptions LIETUVOS BANKAS (BANK OF LITHUANIA) at the top and ŠIMTAS LITŲ (ONE HUNDRED LITAS) at the left edge of the note. The back of the banknote contains green, brown and bluish colours.

Size of the note: 135 mmx65 mm. The designer of the banknote is Rytis Valantinas.