People on Money by Country

Can you name the countries that feature (or once featured) these people on their currency?
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
Each country is used only once
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Last updated: January 2, 2020
First submittedOctober 29, 2019
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Person
Country
Mahatma Gandhi
India
Mao Zedong
China
Genghis Khan
Mongolia
Peter the Great
Russia
Nelson Mandela
South Africa
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Turkey
Ho Chi Minh
Vietnam
Kim Il-sung
North Korea
Ruhollah Khomeini
Iran
Ramesses the Great
Egypt
Che Guevara
Cuba
Edmund Hillary
New Zealand
Toussaint Louverture
Haiti
Nursultan Nazarbayev
Kazakhstan
Person
Country
Nikola Tesla
Serbia
Sun Yat-sen
Taiwan
Benito Juárez
Mexico
Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Pakistan
Manuel L. Quezon
Philippines
José de San Martín
Argentina
Patrice Lumumba
D.R. Congo
Niels Bohr
Denmark
King Stephen I
Hungary
Abdullah II ibn al-Hussein
Jordan
Edvard Munch
Norway
Casimir the Great
Poland
Greta Garbo
Sweden
Hannibal
Tunisia
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Level 67
Nov 1, 2019
There seems to be an error. I got 5 points, getting only 22 right. maybe thats because the quiz is so new?
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Level ∞
Nov 1, 2019
Probably. You can get 5 points by being in the 95th percentile, which is a moving target.
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Level 61
Jan 2, 2020
Aw, I only got 4 points with 27 right. Should have taken this sooner!
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Level 82
Nov 2, 2019
Rather a shame that the euro-countries are excluded. Pre-euro there was certainly a good amount of people on their currency.
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Level 68
Nov 2, 2019
If ever there was a quiz of two halves that is it. First column is pretty straight forward. The second column jesus! A few I guessed every country in their region bar the answer but that's a tough tough second column.
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Level 41
Jan 2, 2020
The answer Niels Bohr, Denmark has not been correct for about 10 years. The 2009 series does not contain pictures of persons, but danish bridges instead. See them here: http://www.nationalbanken.dk/en/banknotes_and_coins/Danish_banknotes/Pages/50-krone-banknote.aspx
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Level ∞
Jan 2, 2020
Edited the quiz description. Bridges? That is truly boring.
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Level 41
Jan 2, 2020
And the an addition - the older series are of course still valid, but will be taken out of use whenever a bank gets their hands on them ;-)
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Level 45
Jan 2, 2020
Loved that quiz! I only got 12, but enjoyed it nonetheless. Time to sharpen my skills after being gone from JetPunk for a while ;)
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Level 67
Jan 2, 2020
Niels Bohr is not on the Danish money. There are pictures of bridges, since the National Bank changed it in 2009.
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Level 63
Jan 2, 2020
Nice quiz. Missed Hillary, Louverture, al-Hussein, Jinnah and Casimir in the first attempt
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Level 48
Jan 2, 2020
Why is Nikola Tesla on Serbian money?
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Level 61
Jan 2, 2020
They're big fans of electric cars in Serbia. (just kidding, it's because he grew up an ethnic and cultural Serb in the Austro-Hungarian Empire)
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Level 44
Jan 3, 2020
Fun fact: us Americans have Toussaint L'Ouverture to thank for about a third of our land. The Louisiana Purchase was made possible when France's attention was diverted from their American territory to Haiti where L'Ouverture was leading a slave revolt.
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Level 44
Jan 7, 2020
I know it is no longer a country, but could Yugoslavia also be accepted for Nikola Tesla?? He was featured on their money after all!
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Level 38
Feb 5, 2020
I'm Polish and i did not recognise Casimir The Great, becuase of completely different pronounce than in Polish
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Level 35
Sep 24, 2020
On polish money I'd expect Marie Curie, Copernicus or F. Chopin.