The Banknote Museum of Corfu is housed in one of the most historical buildings of the Old City, in the building of the Ionian Bank which was the first Greek bank, in 1839, when the Ionian Islands were under English Supervision. In 1981 it housed the Banknote Museum which is now considered one of the best in the world, in its kind.
The first banknotes of 1839 but, also the last of the Ionian Bank, in 1920, Turkish grosses, paper money of the Italian and German Occupation and also the first banknotes of the National Bank of Greece (1840), are among the exhibits that guests can admire at the wooden showcases of the Banknote Museum.
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