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Coin series "10 years of the Economic and Monetary Union" 2 euro Portugal

    A commemorative coin of Portugal in the series "10 Years of the Economic and Monetary Union" with a face value of 2 euro was issued in 2009 with a circulation of 1,285,000 coins.

   The obverse of the commemorative coin depicts a stylized human figure and a symbol of the euro, over which the name of the state "PORTUGAL" is engraved. At the bottom of the coin is the abbreviation "Economic and Monetary Union" (UEM) and the year 1999-2009. In the outer circle there 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

2007 - Portuguese Presidency of the EU

2008 - 60 years of the Declaration of Human Rights

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