The Euro is the principal currency of the European Union, and is used in 16 states: - Eurozone, are Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. That currency is used everyday by all the people of that countries, named Eurozone. The Euro can be divided in 100 cents, so, exist different currency for each valour, for example, 1 cent., 2 cent, 5 cent, 1 Euro, 2 euros... The Euro started to be viable the 1 of January of 2001, and was used by some European countries. Years after, other some countries were joining to the Eurozone. Now, we'll see some types of Euros.
The 1 cent. coin is the lowest valour of the Euro. Are made by steel and copper, and have 16.25 mm. Of diameter. Germany Austria Belgium Chipre Slovenia Spain Holand French Finland Slovaquia
The 2 cent. Coin are maded by steel and cupper, is very similar to the 1 cent. coin, but is bigger, with 18.25 of diameter. The types of of reverse 2 cent. Currency in each country is just the same than the 1 cent. currency.
5 cent euro coin (€0.05) have a value of one twentieth of a euro and are composed of copper and steel. The money is bigger than the 2 cents. Coin, and was redesigned in 2002. The reverse of money changes just in few countries, in some countries, is just like the 1 and 2 cent. Coins. On Italy, Portugal and Slovenia the reverse of the coin changes.
The 10 cent. Coin are maded by nordic gold, it have a 19.75 diameter, is bigger than 1, 2, and 5 cent. Coins. That currency changed the design in 2007, but is very similar. (10 cent. After 2007) Austria Germany Spain Italy Belgium France
The 20 cent. Coin are maded by nordic gold, is very similar than 10 and 50 cent. Coins, except for the diameter. The diameter of that coin is 22.5 mm. The border is smooth, but have a special design named “spanish flower”. The reverse of that coin just changes in few countries, like Italy or Portugal. Italy Portugal
The 50 cent. Coin are maded by nordic gold, it have a 24.25 diameter, so, is bigger than the rest of money that we saw. That coin changed a few in 2007, like a lot of cent. Money. The reverse of that money just changes in some countries, like Italy, or Slovenia:
The 1 Euro coin are maded by copper and niquel in the gold zone, and niquel in the center zone. Is smaller than 50 cent. Coin, just have a diameter of 23.25, and have a design of Europe. In the reverse changes a lot compared with cents: Germany Spain Italy France Portugal
The 2 Euro coin are maded by copper and niquel in the gold zone, and niquel in the center zone, Just like the 1 euro coin. Is the bigger coin, and have the bigger valour of the coins of Euro. Have 25.75 mm of diameter, and have a smooth border, that changes in different countries. The reverse changes just in some countries, like Italy or Holand.
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