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Coin "200th Anniversary of the Greek Revolution" 2 Euros Greece

    A commemorative coin of 2 euro of Greece was issued on April 22, 2021 and dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution, which began in 1821 and ended in 1829, as a result of which Greece gained independence. The coin was minted by the Greek mint with a circulation of 1,500,000 units.

   On the obverse of the commemorative coin in the center is the flag of Greece , surrounded by bay branches. Nearby is the sign of the mint of Greece, and above is the signature of the coin designer. On the outer ring are 12 stars of the European Union.

 

2 euro

Outer part - copper-nickel alloy

Inside - nickel brass

8.5 g25.75 mm2.2 mm

 

 

List of commemorative coins of the Euro of Greece

2004 - 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens

2007 - Roman Treaty Series

2009 - Series "10 Years of the Economic and Monetary Union"

2010 - 2500 years of the Marathon battle

2011 - World Special Olympics

2012 - Series "10 years of cash circulation Euro"

2013 - 2400 years since the foundation of the Platonic Academy

2013 - 100th anniversary of Crete's reunification with Greece

2014 - 150th anniversary of the unification of the Ionian Islands with Greece

2014 - 400 years since the death of El Greco

2015 - Series "30 Years to the Flag of Europe"

2015 - 75 years since the death of Spyridon Louis

2016 - 120 years since the birth of Dimitri Mitropoulos

2016 - 150th anniversary of the Holocaust Arcadi

2017 - Philippe Archaeological Complex

2017 - 60 years since the death of Nikos Kazandzakis

2018 - 70 years since the unification of Dodecanese with Greece

2018 - 75 years since the death of Costis Palamas

2019 - 150 years since the death of Andreas Kalvos

2019 - 100 years since the birth of Manolis Andronikos

2020 - 2500 years of the Battle of Fermopils

2020 - 100th anniversary of the inclusion of Thrace in Greece