Bicentenary of SGGW [10]

Bicentenary of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

Subject: no
Face value: 10 pln
Alloy: 925/1000 Ag
Diameter: 32 mm
Weight: 14.14 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 20000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: fluorescent paint
Date of issue: 2016-05-04
Issue price: 125 pln
In the centre, the reverse of the silver coin features the logo of the celebrations of the bicentenary of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. The outline of the Ursynów Palace, which is the pride of the university campus and the current seat of the university authorities, appears above. At the bottom, we see the SGGW building in Rakowiecka Street, which is a reference to the history of the university.

Designer: Sebastian Mikołajczak
On the obverse, the state emblem of the Republic of Poland is surrounded by rings symbolizing the two hundred years of history of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences.

Designer: Sebastian Mikołajczak

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Bicentenary of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

The Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) is the largest and oldest university of life sciences in Poland. Its origins date back to 1816, when the Institute of Agronomy in Marymont was founded. It educated future stewards, estate managers, sons of landowners (at a higher level) as well as skilled workers (at an elementary level). The Institute was established as one of the ”Staszic schools” and its creation owed a lot to efforts of Polish landed gentry. It was the fourth institution of this kind in Europe. The long list of prominent figures associated with the Institute, and later with the University of Life Sciences, includes i.a. Jerzy Beniamin Flatt (the first head of the Institute of Agronomy), Józef Mikułowski-Pomorski (the first rector of SGGW), ...

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