Kingdom of Morocco. Al-Maghrib Bank. Issue of 2012. Dimensions: 130 x 70 mm. Watermark: Portrait of King Mohammed VI with the value "20" below. Multicolored recto and verso print predominantly purple on white paper. Banknote very inspired by the 20 euros note on the theme of the city. Front: On the right, a portrait of King Mohammed VI in costume, the coat of arms of the Kingdom and the Royal Crown. In the background, an architectural detail inspired by Moroccan doors. The value in numbers is printed in purple in the upper left corner and the lower right corner. One type of signatures: Khalid Safir / Abdellatif Jouahri. Back: The numbering and the alphabet are printed in black and pink. The mention "Bank Al-Maghrib" and the value are printed on the upper left of the vignette illustrated by a representation of the new Hassan II bridge connecting the cities of Rabat and Sale and a view of the city of Casablanca with the merits the Hassan II mosque. In the background, ornament inspired Moroccan rugs. No known specimen.