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Metal euro (tolars and stotins) - coins of Slovenia

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  • Slovenia, Republic
  • Euro
  • Ljubljana
  • of 20 250 sq. km
  • Slovene (state), etc.
  • SI (SVN) 705

The Republic Slovenia is member country the European union . Monetary unit - euro - to equal 100 eurocents.

Till January, 01st, 2007 tolars - to equal 100 stotins were cash token moneys of Slovenia. A nominal number of the native currency of Slovenia has been presented by coins of denomination of 10, 20, 50 stotins, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 tolars.

The Tolar has been entered on October, 8th, 1991. It has replaced version 1990 dinar Yugoslavia face value. In 1992 in Slovenia of denomination coins have been entered into 10, 20 and 50 stotins, 1 tolar, 2 and 5 tolars. Coins of 10 tolars have been added in 2000, then coins 20, 50, 100, 500 tolars in 2003. On face sides nominal values of coins, on turnaround - animals, inhabitants of woods of Slovenia are shown.

Nominal value: 50 stotins
Stamping: 1993
the Material: Aluminium
the Note:
the Obverse of 50 stotins of Slovenia the Reverse of 50 stotins of Slovenia
Nominal value: 50 tolars
Stamping: 2003
the Material: the Copper-Nickel
the Note:
the Obverse of 10 crowns of Slovenia the Reverse of 10 crowns of Slovenia

In 2007, with the introduction into an eurozone, in Slovenia Slovene coins of euro on which reverses are represented a portrait of poet F.Preshnera, a portrait of the educator of P.Trubara, a hills Triglav and Cancer constellation over it, horses colour the breed introduced in Slovenia in Lipitse, a building of national parliament, the sower, the basis of an ancient Roman column and a stork (for coins in nominal value 2 and 1 euro, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 eurocent accordingly) began to be minted.

Nominal value: 1 euro
Stamping: 2007
the Material: the Center - a Copper-Nickel, a ring - a brass
the Note:
the Obverse 1 euro of Slovenia the Reverse 1 euro of Slovenia

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