On August 31, 2011 the Central Bank put into circulation 200 soles bill. Finally, the ticket of 200 soles as the predominant color is gray and the image of Santa Rosa de Lima on its obverse. The reverse is the image of the Sacred City of Caral.
The Central Reserve Bank of Peru was circulated on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, the new currency of S /. 1.00 alluding to the Sacred City of Caral, located in Supe, Lima, considered the oldest in America. This coin is the sixteenth Series Coin Wealth and Pride of Peru.