Egyptian Currency Redesign


Egypt’s population consists of mostly Islamic citizens, but the Coptic church is also a part of the population and has been for many years. Why does the currency only incorporate Islamic mosques and no Coptic churches? The Coptic church has been in Egypt for as long as Islam. After a recent revolution against the Egyptian government, Muslims and Copts have united together and began to live in peace, but the currency still shows no signs of the Coptic church.



In this Design

You will find the front of the bills shows ancient Egyptian rulers, both men and women, and on the back you will find Coptic churches as well as Islamic mosques together.