5 Euros banknote (Second series)

5 Euros banknote (Second series)


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5 Euros banknote design

The 5 euros note front design features a representation of the basic Greek and Roman architecture from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD, on a background with a linear pattern and the twelve stars belonging to the flag of the European Union superimposed, and the European Union flag in the upper left corner. The reverse of the note presents a basic European architecture bridge on a background with a sketch of Europe’s map. The name of the currency (euro) is presented in Latin and Greek language. This note is part of the 2013 – 2020 series, and its color is gray and multicolor.


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Establishment of the Euro

Firstly, The provisions agreed upon in the Maastricht Treaty established the euro in 1992.

As a result, the then president of the European Commission, Jacques Santer, established the name “euro” in 1995.

Member States used a triangulation process through the euro due to differences in their national currency conventions.

Therefore, the Member States fixed the European Monetary Unit (ECU) at 1:1 per euro.

However, the Member States used the European Monetary Unit as the accounting unit, but not as their currency.

After that, on January 1, 1999, the Member States introduced the currency in a non-physical form. The members’ national currencies ceased to exist independently, and the euro replaced the European Monetary Unit (ECU).

Even so, the Member States continued to use their currencies as a legal tender until the introduction of the new euro on January 1, 2002.

In conclusion, The European Central Bank (ECB) introduced the first banknote series in 2002, and the denominations range from €5 to €500.

Euro currency symbol

The official currency symbol: €/¢. The European Central Bank manages and administers the euro, which sets monetary policy.

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