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The EURO Table of Contents What is the Euro How the Euro relates to Germany Germanys Old Currency What other countries use the Euro What notes and coins the Euro uses Conversion Rates The Euros effect on the world Fun Facts What is the Euro The Euro is one currency for Europe It is the currency for the European Union It is the legal tender in all the participating states It is comparable to the US dollar How the Euro Relates to Germany Germany is part of the European Union and now uses the Euro Germany is considered the strongest country economical in the Union The Euro now replaces the Deutsche Mark in Germany Germanys Old Currency After World War II and the division on Germany the western powers introduced the Deutsche Mark in to West Germany The USSR did a similar thing in East Germany When the two united they used the Western Deutsche Mark because it was stronger Germanys Old Currency There are 8 different coins 1 Pfennig 2 Pfennig 5 Pfennig 10 Pfennig 50 Pfennig 1 Mark 2 Mark and 5 Mark The German currency has 8 different bank notes 5 Mark 10 Mark 20 Mark 50 Mark 100 Mark 200 Mark 500 Mark and 1000 Mark The Euro Countries Belgium Germany Greece Spain France Ireland Italy Coins and Notes There are 8 euro coins denominated in 2 and 1 euros then 50 20 10 5 2 and 1 cents Every euro coin will carry a common European face On the obverse each Member State will decorate the coins with their own motifs There are 7 euro notes In different colors and sizes they are denominated in 500 200 100 50 20 10 and 5 euros The notes will be uniform throughout the euro area unlike coins they will have no national side Conversion Rates 1 EUR 403399 BEF 195583 DEM 340750 GRD 166386 ESP 655957 FRF
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