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The swan's wing separates the years at the bottom right and at the centre left. The letter V in the left armpit of the swan stands for the surname of the designer Hannu Veijalainen.
At the bottom of the inner ring, the inscription FI and the mint mark are shown. First election of representatives in First of the constitutional history series.
Description: The centre of the coin depicts a hand putting a vote into a ballot box. Description: The inner part of the coin shows three young people and two flags, as well as the mint mark and the year mark.
The design shows the view from the east as visitors see it during their ascent to the castle, with the gatehouse in the foreground and the medieval-style towers and turrets.
The panoramic mountain situated behind the castle are also depicted, as the castle sits on a cliff overlooking the Pöllatschlucht.
The mint mark is to the right, the initials of the artist on the left side. The year mark appears between the 3 lowest stars on the outer ring.
In front of the effigies, the outline of the city of Luxembourg appears as a background. Description: The inner part of the coin portrays a view of the Burgos Cathedral.
Description: The inner part of the coin depicts the emblem of the Queen Elisabeth Competition superimposed on the effigy of Queen Elisabeth, looking to the left, flanked on the left and right respectively by the mark of the mint master and the mark of the Brussels mint, a helmeted profile of the Archangel Michael.
The nationality 'BE' is indicated to the right of the portrait of the Queen. Description: The euro sign is in the centre of the coin. The design elements around the euro symbol on the coin express the importance of the euro to the people, to the financial world ECB tower , to trading ships , to industry factories , to the energy sector and to research and development wind power stations.
The outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European flag. The letters RF and the mint mark appear on the left side, while the hallmark of the engraving workshop is on the right side.
Two ornamental details are engraved at the beginning and at the end of the text. At the bottom, the horn of plenty, mintmark of the "Monnaie de Paris" and the "fleurette", hallmark of the engraving workshop, flank the portrait on the left hand side and the right hand side, respectively.
Description: In the centre of the coin the effigy of Giovanni Pascoli is depicted. Under his effigy there is the inscription G. On the right part of the coin there is the yearmark and under of it the Italian monogramm RI.
On the left part of the coin the year when Pascoli died is minted and under of it there is the mint mark and the designer's mark. Description: The inner part of the coin depicts eight men in front of the Maltese Parliament , in Valletta.
On the lower part of the coins the year of the coinage is minted. Finland . Left on the lower side of the coin are the yearmark and the country's reference FI.
Description: The inner ring features a family with the Cathedral of Milan. The year appears on the right side and the name of the artist 'G.
The mintmark 'R' appears at the bottom of the design, between the mother and the child. Description:  The euro sign in the centre of the coin's design symbolizes that the euro has become an element of particular importance in Europe as well as all over the world as it evolved into a global player in the international monetary system in the last ten years.
The design elements around the euro sign express the importance of the euro to the people, to the financial world ECB tower , to trading ships , to industry factories , to the energy sector and research and development wind power stations.
The design was created by Helmut Andexlinger designer at the Austrian Mint. The name of the issuing country in the national language s appears at the top with the exception for Belgium, where it states "BE" , while the years — appear at the bottom.
As with the previous common commemorative coins, an obligatory latent image of Grand Duke Henri was added to the Luxembourgish edition.
The portrait is located in the same space as the euro sign and the surrounding globe. The final design of the coin was chosen by electronic voting.
The right side of the inner part also features the mint mark of the respective mint "A", "D", "F", "G" or "J" as well as the issuing country's code "D".
The right side of the inner part features the mint mark as well as the issuing country's code 'RF' and the left side features the 'fleurette', hallmark of the engraving workshop.
Maulbronn Abbey in Baden-Württemberg. Eighth of the Bundesländer series. Description: Maulbronn Monastery, founded by Cistercians , is the best-preserved medieval monastery complex in Europe.
The coin, which was designed by Eugen Ruhl, presents the interior of the fountain house or lavatorium , besides the western facade of the convent church with its atrium, named paradise.
Since the monastery is part of the Unesco World Heritage. The announcement of the abdication of the throne by Her Majesty Queen Beatrix.
Description: The design depicts on the foreground the effigy of Queen Beatrix and on the background, partly covered by the effigy of the Queen, the effigy of the Prince of Orange.
At the right hand side, the year of issuance '' and the mint mark. Description: The inner part of the coin depicts the face of Pierre de Coubertin still young.
Stylised Olympic rings form the background. They provide the framework for silhouettes symbolising the Olympic sports.
At the left, the indication of the issuing country 'RF' and the year ''. Description: The coin depicts a dove with an olive branch, with in the middle of the arc, on the left side the cornucopia, and on the right side the punch, as the workshop Paris Mint mark.
Description: The Baroque church of the clergy was built between and , its monumental tower from to , by the Italian architect Nicolau Nasoni.
The 75,6 metres high tower is dominating the city and became its symbol. Description: The designs shows a map of the Maltese islands and a representation of the population.
At the bottom of the design, the year ''. Description: The design depicts the Thessalonian brothers Constantine and Methodius along with the symbolic double cross stood on three hills.
The cross is at the same time held as a Bishop's crozier, thereby linking together symbols of statehood and Christianity and emphasising the significance of the brothers' mission, which helped ensure the full sovereignty and legitimacy of Great Moravia — the first Slav state in central Europe.
The figure of Constantine is holding a book representing education and faith, while Methodius is shown with a church symbolising faith and institutional Christianity.
Along the lower edge of the inner part of the coin is the name of the issuing country 'SLOVENSKO', the year '' and the year '', with a dividing mark between each.
To the left of the brothers are the stylised letters 'mh', the initials of the coin's designer Miroslav Hric, and to the right is the mint mark of the Kremnica Mint, comprising the letters 'MK' placed between two dies.
Description: The 2-euro commemorative coin is depicted with the year and a shoot growing out of it symbolising the start of democracy and Finland's development.
The Diet of is the start of period of illumination. In Finland, the year marked a start for genuine democracy, transparent press operations and the right to use the Finnish language.
With the beginning of regular meetings of the Diet, the opportunities of Finns to influence affairs in their own country improved in an unprecedented way.
The year marked the beginning of a period of illumination for Finnish democracy. Description: The obverse of the coin displays in its centre the number with the first zero encircling the abbreviations 'KMI' and 'IRM' and the second zero representing a sun.
Isobars, raindrops and snowflakes are depicted to the left of the sun. The year '' is displayed in the upper rays of the sun and the nationality 'BE' is indicated in the lower rays.
The mark of the mint master and the mark of the Brussels mint, a helmeted profile of the Archangel Michael, are displayed under the '1' of the number ''.
Description: The inner part of the coin depicts Cretan rebels raising the Greek flag, a symbolic representation of Crete's struggle for Union with Greece.
On the upper side, in circular sense and with capital letters the name of the issuing country 'Hellenic Republic' in Greek. Underneath the words: ' years of the union of Crete with Greece' in Greek.
On the right: '—' and the monogram of the Greek Mint. Description: The inner part of the coin shows the profile of Plato , the founder of the Platonic Academy.
The mint mark and the year mark are to the right. Description: The design features the most known monument of Rio de Janeiro, the 'Christ of Corcovado' and some young people around the statue.
National Anthem of the Grand Duchy. Description: The coin depicts on the right hand of its inner part the effigy of His Royal Highness, the Grand Duke Henri, looking to the left, and on the left hand of its inner part the musical notation as well as the text of the national anthem.
Description: The inner part of the coin depicts Sillanpää's portrait. At the top, in semi-circle, the words 'F. At the left, the year '' and the mint mark.
At the right, the year '', the indication of the issuing country 'FI' and the year of issuance ''. This is a special coin to commemorate the grandfather of a whole nation.
This masterful author gained even more national renown with his popular radio appearances and memorable Christmas columns.
After the war years, the master writer evolved into the long-bearded 'Taata', the unofficial grandfather to the country.
From recollections of his childhood Christmases emerged a well-loved tradition: Grandpa gathered the whole nation devoutly around their radios with his easy-going Christmas 'talks'.
The effigies are surrounded by the inscription 'Willem-Alexander Koning der Nederlanden' followed by the Royal Dutch mintmark, the mint master mark, the year , the initials of the designer and at the left side of the effigies the inscription ' jaar Koninkrijk der Nederlanden'.
Michael's Church in Hildesheim , Lower Saxony. Ninth of the Bundesländer series. At the top, on the left, the year As background a detail of one of the pavilions situated at the Park Güell entrance.
At the left the year of issuance '' and at the right the mintmark. On the right-hand side of the inner part of the coin, in two lines, is the date of the Slovak Republic's accession to the European Union, '1.
Description: The two curves represent the general shape of a carnation, the flower symbolizing the movement, which was also the origin of the revolution's name.
The shape of the letters and numbers is inspired on those used in posters and other political information supports 40 years ago, as a symbol of the euphoric period lived right after the event.
Below these years appears the inscription 'The Great War Centenary', under which are the signature mark of the Master of the Mint and the mark of the Brussels mint, a helmeted profile of the archangel Michael.
King Willem-Alexander and Princess Beatrix. Description: The inner part of the coin depicts the effigies of both the King Willem-Alexander and the former Queen Beatrix.
Between the two inscriptions, at the top, the crown symbol and at the bottom the mint master mark, the mint mark and in between the year of issuance ''.
Independence from Britain in Fourth of the Constitutional History series. Description: The coin commemorating the Malta Independence constitution of is the fourth in the series of five coins that commemorate constitutional milestones in Maltese history.
By means of the constitution Malta became an independent nation for the first time after hundreds of years of foreign domination.
The national side of the coin shows a detail of the bronze monument commemorating independence which was designed by the artist Gianni Bonnici in It shows a young woman, representing Malta, carrying the Maltese flag.
Description: In the coin's central field the word D-DAY is written in such a way as to depict a landing craft and a tank gun barrel.
The distinctive footprints left by the boots worn by American, British and Canadian troops are gradually disappearing in the sand, washed away by a wave.
Description: The inner part of the coin depicts Tove Jansson's portrait. Under the portrait the signature 'Tove Jansson' and the years '—'.
At the left the indication of the issuing country 'FI'. At the right the year of issuance '' and the mint mark. Description: The effigy of Bramante Tempietto to the right of the Church of San Pietro in Montorio, Rome, somewhat exceeding the outline of a rectangle surrounded by the years and Thus the Malta Police Force is one of the oldest in Europe.
The national side of the coin depicts the badge of the Malta Police Force with the legend ' Years Malta Police Force' and the dates — Riga , European Capital of Culture Depicted are, from left to right: St.
John's Church , St. Peter's Church and Riga Cathedral. Description: The inner part of the coin features a cross with the number '' in its centre.
The vertical and horizontal bars of the cross bear the words 'Rode Kruis' and 'Croix-Rouge' respectively. The cross is surrounded by the mark of the Brussels mint a helmeted profile of the archangel Michael , the signature mark of the Master of the Mint, the year , and the country code 'BE'.
Description: The inner part of the coin shows a portrait of Domenikos Theotokopoulos. The background features a typical figure from his work, illustrative of his technique.
On the left: the year and the characteristic signature of the artist 'Domenikos Theotokopoulos Epoiei'. On the right: the mint mark of the Greek State Mint.
The coin was designed by Maria Andonatou, whose signet is depicted at lower left. Description: The effigy of Giacomo Puccini surrounded on the left by the name G.
The year is placed at the bottom left. An olive branch can be seen in the centre, in a gap between the bricks and a piece of barbed wire, and the Brandenburg Gate appears in the background.
International Year of Family Farming. Description: On the central part of the design are represented tools typically used in the traditional agriculture, together with farming products: a chicken in the center, surrounded by pumpkins, a basket of potatoes, and other vegetables and flowers.
At the bottom left the mintmark 'INCM'. It is surmounted by the year '' above the effigy of the Grand-Duke Jean and by a crown. Auch Lettland hat seine Überlegungen bereits begonnen und plant die Ausgabe einer 2 Euro Sondermünze zum Jahrestag der Anerkennung Lettlands.
Auch will Luxemburg sein Münzprogramm um zwei 2 Euro Gedenkmünzen erweitern. Und dieses Mal stehen der Überhaupt ist es Mode, von der Möglichkeit Gebrauch zu machen, zwei Motive herauszugeben.
Auch San Marino will das tun und denkt dabei an den Geburtstag Caravaggios und denVatikan Themen der vatikanischen 2-Euro-Gedenkmünzen bekanntgegeben Heute wurden die Themen der beiden vatikanischen 2-Euro-Gedenkmünzen bekannt. Altstadt Tipp Kick Regeln Segovia mit Aquädukt 7. Kategorien : Euromünze nach Staat Spanische Münze.