• 2 Leva 1992, KM# 203, Bulgaria
  • 2 Leva 1992, KM# 203, Bulgaria

Engravers: Lyubomir Prahov, Petar Stoikov, Vladimir Yossifov


Country name and the Madara Rider.

The Madara Rider or Madara Horseman (Bulgarian: Мадарски конник, Madarski konnik) is an early medieval large rock relief carved on the Madara Plateau east of Shumen in northeastern Bulgaria, near the village of Madara. The monument is dated in the very late 7th, or more often very early 8th century, during the reign of Bulgar Khan Tervel.

The relief depicts a majestic horseman 23 m (75 ft) above ground level in an almost vertical 100 m (328 ft)-high cliff. It is of almost natural size. The horseman, facing right, is thrusting a spear into a lion lying at his horse's feet, and on the left a dog is running after the horseman.



Denomination divides symbols (fish on the left and sun with a face on the right), date below.



2 Leva

KM# 203 Schön# 201
Material Nickel Brass
Weight 5 g
Diameter 25.2 mm
Thickness 1.5 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal
Bulgarian Mint

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