I received 2 different notes, but as far as the website of the Bangladesh Bank concerns, there's only one note.
However, the first note (and the one on the website) is monochorme green.
The second version of the note, varies from yellow to green, and the decoration on the right hand side, is red.
On the back side, the differences are less clear, but still you see a more yellowis.
Both notes are for the rest identical (year, signature, topic).
|reverse - Shat Gombuz Maszid of Bagerhat district|
|reverse (2) - Shat Gombuz Maszid of Bagerhat district|
This mosque is the largest in Bangladesh build in the sultanat period. It is said to be the most impressive Muslim monument of the whole Indian subcontinent.
|the Mosque with Sixty Domes|
the Mosque with Sixty Domes
As an extra, when I was having a closer look at the banknotes of 20 taka, I found this rather spooky creature on the front.
I guess it was just ment as an ornament, but while examinating it, I found it also on the 10 taka note.
For those who have the banknotes ... find the spooky decoration ...