50 Bermudian dollar note & bill

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50 Bermudian dollar Front

 

50 Bermudian dollar the front is  Red billed tropic bird (phaeton aethereus)
50 Bermudian dollar the front is Red billed tropic bird (phaeton aethereus)

The white-tailed tropicbird (Phaethon lepturus) is a tropicbird. It is the smallest of three closely related seabirds of the tropical oceans and smallest member of the order Phaethontiformes. It is found in the tropical Atlantic, western Pacific and Indian Oceans.

It also breeds on some Caribbean islands, and a few pairs have started nesting recently on Little Tobago, joining the red-billed tropicbird colony. In addition to the tropical Atlantic, it nests as far north as Bermuda, where it is locally called a "longtail".

50 Bermudian dollar Back

 

50 Bermudian dollar the back is St. Peter\s (\Their Majesties\) church, St. George\s
50 Bermudian dollar the back is St. Peter\s (\Their Majesties\) church, St. George\s

Their Majesties Chappell, St. Peter's Church, in St. George's, Bermuda, is the oldest surviving Anglican church in continuous use outside the British Isles.It is also reportedly the oldest continuously used Protestant church in the New World.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site (together with related fortifications), St. George's Town is the oldest surviving English settlement in the New World,having been settled by the Virginia Company in 1612(in the aftermath of the wrecking of its flagship, the Sea Venture, in Bermuda in 1609).

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