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Coin "Portuguese Presidency of the EU" 2 euro Portugal

     Portugal's commemorative coin "Portuguese Presidency of the EU" with a face value of 2 euro was issued in 2007 with a circulation of 1,275,000 coins.

   On the obverse of the commemorative coin is a cork oak tree, to the left of which is the coat of arms of Portugal, and to the right is the inscription "PORTUGAL." At the bottom of the coin in a semicircle is the inscription "2007 PRESIDÊNCIA DO CONSELHO DA UE" (2007 EU Presidency). 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 euro coins of Portugal

2007 - Rome Treaty Series

2008 - 60 years of the Declaration of Human Rights

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

2009 - Portuguese-language games 2009

2010 - 100 years of the Portuguese Republic

2011 - 500 years since the birth of Fernand Mendes Pinto

2012 - Series "10 years of cash circulation Euro"

2012 - Guimaraes - Cultural Capital of Europe

2013 - 250 years of the church of Clerigouche

2014 - 40th anniversary of the Revolution of April 25

2014 - International Year of Family Farming

2015 - 150th anniversary of the Portuguese Red Cross

2015 - 500 years since first contact with Timor

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

2016 - Summer Olympic Games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro

2016 - 50 years bridge named April 25

2017 - 150 years of the Public Security Police

2017 - 150 years since the birth of Raul Brandao

2018 - 250 years of the National Printing House

2018 - 250 years of the Botanical Garden of Azhud

2019 - 500 years of Magellan's first circumnavigation

2019 - 600 years since the opening of the Madeira archipelago

2020 - 730 years of Coimbra University

2020 - 75 years of the UN

2021 - Portuguese Presidency of the EU Council

2021 - Portugal's participation in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo