on the mirror field of the disk - a relief image of the State Emblem of the Russian Federation, above it along the edging - an inscription in a semicircle: "RUSSIAN FEDERATION", framed by double diamonds on both sides, below the emblem: on the left - designations of precious metal and alloy sample, on the right - the content of chemically pure metal and trademark of the mint, in the center in three lines below - inscription: "BANK OF RUSSIA", coin denomination: "3 RUBLES", year of issue: "2020".
on the mirror field of the disk - a relief image of young people in traditional Tatar costumes performing a national dance, with a view of the Kazan Kremlin; above - the coat of arms of the republic; below along the piping there is an inscription: "REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN", on the left - an inscription in two lines: "100 YEARS".
The first state in the region was Volga Bulgaria, created at the turn of the 9th – 10th centuries A.D. Turkic tribes. In 1236, Bulgaria became part of the empire of Genghis Khan, and then became part of the Golden Horde, as a result of the collapse of which a new state emerged - the Kazan Khanate (1438). In 1552, the Kazan Khanate was annexed to the Russian state. In 1920, the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was proclaimed. On August 30, 1990, the Declaration on the State Sovereignty of the Republic was adopted. Since February 7, 1992 it is called the Republic of Tatarstan. Tatarstan is a dynamically developing region. The republic is known in Russia and abroad as a center for oil production and petrochemicals, a manufacturer of the world famous KAMAZ trucks and MI helicopters, one of the leaders in Russian agricultural production. People with different historical past and cultural traditions live in the republic. The combination of at least three types of cultural influences (Turkic, Slavic-Russian and Finno-Ugric) determines the uniqueness of these places, the uniqueness of cultural and historical values.
Artists: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), O.G. Shepel (reverse). Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), A.N. Bessonov (reverse).