The Central Bank of the Philippines released the new generation Philippine PESO notes and it was featured first on TV last Dec 15, 2010. The new Philippine PESO notes used the same color from its previous design but added some of the famous landmarks and animals that can be found in the Philippines at its back side. They added also a lot of expensive security features so criminals can't copy and/or it will cost too much for them to make a single copy of each peso note.
The new Philippine 20 peso note features the younger looking picture of Ex President Manuel L. Quezon. The picture of Malacañang Palace is now on front view and the declaration of Filipino as Philippines' national language was added. At the back of 20 peso note, they added the picture of a world heritage site which is the Banaue Rice Terraces in Benguet with a picture of a wild cat called Musang.
The design of the new Philippine 50 peso note features a younger looking Ex President Sergio Osmeña, with