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The Euro in Italy


Currently, the Euro is the official currency in Italy as well as in the other 11 countries of the Eurozone; Italy started using Euro on 1 January 2002 and set aside the Lira that was the previous Italian currency.

By European Union agreement Euro coins have a unique design for each denomination, Euros have two different sides, the common is the front which represents all the countries of the Eurozone and the other side represents the country to which the coin belongs. There are eight kinds of coins and seven notes.
  • Euros: 1,2
  • Cents: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50
  • Notes: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500
Each Italian coin has its own design, which is the reason why Italian designs were made by famous designers such as Eugenio Driutti, Luciana De Simoni, Maria Angela Cassol and Roberto Mauri.
  • Cents
    • 1 : The Castel del Monte (Apulia)
    • 2 : Mole Antonelliana(Turin)
    • 5 : The Roman Coliseum (Roma)
    • 10: The Birth of Venus (Sandro Botticelli)
    • 20: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space(Umberto Boccioni)
    • 50: Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius(Miguel มngel Buonarroti)

  • Euros
    • 1: Vitruvian Man(Leonardo da Vinci)
    • 2: Dante Alighieri(Raphael)


Italy € 0.01
€ 0.01
Italy € 0.02
€ 0.02
Italy € 0.05
€ 0.05
Italy € 0.10
€ 0.10
Italy € 0.20
€ 0.20
Italy € 0.50
€ 0.50
Italy € 1.00
€ 1.00
Italy € 2.00
€ 2.00

Italy €5
€ 5
Italy €10
€ 10
Italy € 20
€ 20
Italy € 50
€ 50
Italy € 100
€ 100
Italy € 200
€ 200
Italy € 500
€ 500



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