2000 soum banknote:
Dimensions 142 x 69 mm.
On the right side of banknote, there is the form of a camel as a symbol of the ancient "Great Silk Road" caravan route and the number "2000" as a symbol of watermarks.
On the right side of the banknote, there is a sheet of paper 1.5 mm wide and there is a metallized and machine-readable protective strip with the inscription "UZB".
The main colors of the front and back are red and light green.
On the left side of the front side of the banknote, there is the Bukhara Arch, originally built in the 1st century BC, rebuilt in the 9th-10th centuries AD (the current image was formed mainly in the 16th century).
On the upper left side of banknote, there is the number of 2000 printed with variable color OVI ink, which changes from gold to green at a certain tilt angle.
The text "CENTRAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN" in the upper right corner of the banknote, the emblem of the Republic of Uzbekistan in red in the upper right corner.
For visually disabled people, a special red element has been developed on the right and left edges, which allows them to determine the value of the banknote due to the printed ink feature.
At the bottom of the banknote, there is a "latent" (hidden) image in the form of "UZ" based on embossed ornaments, which has a certain slope relative to the light source.
On the left side of the lower part there is an inscription "IKKI MING SO‘M" reflecting the value of the banknote and the text "O‘ZBEKISTON SO‘MI RESPUBLIKA HUDUDIDA HAMMA TO‘LOVLAR UCHUN O‘Z QIYMATI BO‘YICHA QABUL QILINISHI SHART".
The above images are done by metallographic printing and you can feel the bulge of the paint when you touch it with your fingertip.
On the light background on the right side of the banknote are placed anti-copy rings of different diameters, and when copied, these images lose clarity.
The map of Uzbekistan drawn on the background of the “Honatlas” shows the direction of the caravan routes of the Great Silk Road in blue lines.
In the upper left, the image of the "double-humped camel", which is a symbol of the city of Bukhara, serves as a register, serving to align the "front" and "back" sides. When focused on the light, the white part is combined with the colored background on the back of the banknote to create a complete image.
The number of the banknote consists of a two-letter series and a seven-digit number in the Latin alphabet, printed horizontally on the right and vertically on the left.
The reverse side of the banknote depicts the ruins of the ancient caravan route of Poykend in the IV-III centuries BC, to be more clear "POYKEND ARXEOLOGIYA YODGORLIGI".
On the right side, there is an image of a VIII-century mural found in the archeological monuments "Varakhsha" in the Bukhara region, as well as an archeological find of a household vessel of the III millennium BC.
In the upper left part there is the text " O‘ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI MARKAZIY BANKI" and the year of issue "2021".
In the lower left and right corners of the banknote there is a white line with the face value of the banknote "2000" and " IKKI MING SO‘M" in the upper right corner.
At the bottom, the text "O‘ZBEKISTON SO‘MINI QALBAKILASHTIRISH QONUNGA MUVOFIQ TA’QIB QILINADI" is written as a warning.