The obverse of the coin
to the left of the center, specified value: a large figure "5" under the word "РУБЛЕЙ" Below the horizontal inscription "БАНК РОССИИ" which date is "2012". On the right side there is a stylized plant branch, near which is a mark of the Moscow mint
(consists of letters "ММД". On the left, near Kant is one small part of a floral ornament.The reverse of the coin
depicts the monument to the "Battle of Nations" in the German city of Leipzig. On a circle the inscription: top - "ЛЕЙПЦИГСКОЕ СРАЖЕНИЕ" at the bottom in a smaller font - "ЗАГРАНИЧНЫЕ ПОХОДЫ РУССКОЙ АРМИИ 1813-1814 ГОДОВ"(labels separated by dots).
The obverse and reverse sides have a protruding on the circumference of the piping.
Artists: E. V. Kramskaya (obverse), L. A. Evdokimova (reverse) sculptor E. A. tolzin. The coin was released August 1, 2012.
Battle of Leipzig - the biggest battle in history until the world wars. Occurred from 16 to 19 October 1813 in Leipzig (Saxony region, Germany). The sixth coalition consisted of troops of Russia, Austria, Sweden and Prussia (up to 350 thousand soldiers), they were opposed by the 200-strong French army. Napoleon believed that the pulling of the decisive battle is for the benefit of the enemy gave battle, not calculating power. The losses were approximately equal (about 70 thousand on each side, of which 23 thousand Russian), the French were forced to retreat.