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Oct 26, 2020

[Answer] Which building appears on the back of a U.S. 100-dollar bill?

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...The U.S. 100-dollar bill features Founding Father Benjamin Franklin on the front side of the note. On the reverse side is a rendering of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The bills are often referred to by the nickname "Benjamins" as a reference to the use of Franklin's portrait. Or the nickname "C-Note" is another alternative, and it's based on the Roman numeral for 100. In 2009, approximately 29% of all the U.S. bills produced were 100-dollar notes. The note underwent a redesign in 2010, with a release date of February 2011 to the public. Source: CurrencyGuide.EU




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Independence Hall:


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